OK, we get it, not everyone is head over heels in love with Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's Vogue cover. While most people just took to Twitter to throw their two cents in, Naomi Campbell chose a much more public forum.
We know what you're thinking, 'what's more public than Twitter?' Well, there is always skywriting, or jumping on stage uninvited at an awards show (we kid, Kanye) but Naomi actually chose a much simpler route.
During an appearance on Australia's The Morning Show on Tuesday, the supermodel was asked what she thought of KimYe's cover. "I do not want to comment," Naomi said, before doing the real-life version of LMAO.
She then went on to basically say they hadn't earned the right to a Vogue cover, but when the reporter tried to confirm that that's what she was actually saying, she took the "if you don't have something nice to say, don't say anything at all" approach, which is usually done BEFORE you say...well, anything AT ALL. But hey, better late than never, right?
Naomi isn't the first celeb to mock the KimYe cover. After it was released, Sarah Michelle Gellar tweeted that she was canceling her subscription to the high-fashion mag, asking people to join the movement and create a canceling-spree with her. So far, Vogue is still in business.