“Must cut ties, man,” Kanye “Ye” West sign up Instagram on October 27 while sharing a screenshot from a parody news account. “Ye has reportedly cut ties with Kanye West,” reads title, along with “Yeezy announced they have also terminated their business relationship with Kanye.” West, 45, doesn’t seem upset that his business empire is collapsing after he repeated opposing comments. The days before Ye “severed ties” with herself, Forbes report that Ye has lost her billionaire status after Adidas announced that it would no longer work with Ye and his Yeezy sneakers and they are pulling his products from store shelves.
Ye seems unaffected by this move and all others refuse to work with him. “Ari Emmanuel“, Ye wrote in a second Instagram post, mention the top talent in the entertainment industry who has called for businesses stop working with Yeevery CBS News. “I lost [two] billion dollars in a day / and I’m still alive / This is love / I still love you / God still loves you / Money is not me / People are who I am. “
Foot Locker announced on October 25 that it will “not support any future Yeezy product sales, and we have instructed retail operators to withdraw any existing products from our store shelves and digital websites,” according to Forbes. Although the distance announced in September that they broke up with Ye after he accused them of breaking their contract, the store announced that it was “taking immediate steps to remove Yeezy Gap products from our store and we closed yeezygap.com” after anti-Semitic rants. JP Morgan is said to have decided to no longer bank with Ye. The MRC announced they had halted a complete documentary about Ye, and the talent agency CAA had removed Ye.
Balenciaga also announced that they “no longer have any relationship nor do they have any plans for future projects involving this artist.” Record label Def Jam, a division of Universal Music Group, also confirmed that it is no longer working with West. “Def Jam’s relationship with Ye as a recording artist, Def Jam’s partnership with the GOOD Music label joint venture, and Ye’s merchandise deal with Bravado all end in 2021,” UMG said. said in a statement. The Hollywood Reporter. “There is no room for anti-Semitism in our society. We are committed to fighting anti-Semitism and every other form of prejudice.”
Spotify’s CEO Daniel Ek told Reuters that Ye’s music doesn’t violate any anti-hate policy, which is why it’s still live on the streaming platform. “It’s really just his music, and his music doesn’t violate our policies,” Ek said, adding, “It’s up to his company if they want to act on it.” move or not.” Ek condemns Ye’s “bad comments” but says the music will last until his label does something. However, Peloton “indefinitely paused” playing Kanye West’s music during its streaming workout classes, according to CNN.
On Wednesday (October 26), Ye is said to have been escorted out of the Skechers headquarters in Los Angeles. According to CNN, Ye “appeared unannounced and uninvited,” the company said. He is said to have participated in “illegal filming” and was escorted out “after a brief conversation”.
“Skechers has not reviewed and has no intention of working with West,” the company said in its statement. “We condemn his recent divisive remarks and do not tolerate anti-Semitism or any other form of hate speech.”