Kanye West Still Rocks Adidas Despite Company Cutting Ties With Him – Itsnews

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While some folks would throw out their ex’s clothes after a breakup, Ye (fka Kanye West) will not be a type of sorts. While Ye, 45, frolicked with right-wing provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos on Thursday (Nov. 17) at The Beverly Hills Hotel. In photos obtained by TMZ, Ye wore objects from his Balenciaga x Adidas assortment, particularly a black sweatshirt and white crossover bag, whereas consuming a little bit of bubbly from a champagne glass. Ye’s wardrobe alternative comes roughly three weeks after Adidas minimize ties with West over his antisemitic remarks, leading to a monetary freefall that knocked Ye off Fobes’ billionaires’ record.

West arrogantly boasted that he may “say antisemitic sh-t, and Adidas can’t drop me” throughout his now-infamous (and now-deleted) Drink Champs podcast. Adidas took that guess and issued a press release on Oct. 25. “Adidas doesn’t tolerate antisemitism and every other form of hate speech. Ye’s latest feedback and actions have been unacceptable, hateful and harmful, and so they violate the corporate’s values of variety and inclusion, mutual respect and equity,” the corporate mentioned, including that they’d be “instantly” “terminating” its relationship Ye and ending all manufacturing of Yeezy merchandise.

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The breakup kicked off a domino impact. GAP, who terminated its partnership with Ye in September 2022, mentioned they had been pulling all of the leftover Yeezy Gap merchandise from the ground and placing YeezyGap.com offline. Footlocker additionally “instructed our retail operators to drag any present product from our cabinets and digital websites.”

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With all of the manufacturers slicing ties with West, Forbes reported, “the famous person rapper now not has a spot on the Forbes billionaires’ record now that his profitable take care of Adidas is over.” Ye first joked about having to “minimize ties” with himself following his string of antisemitic remarks. Later, he wrote a message to Ari Emanuel, the CEO of the leisure and media company Endeavor, who pleaded with companies to ditch Ye for his rhetoric.

“Ari Emanuel, I misplaced 2 billion {dollars} in in the future and I’m nonetheless alive,” wrote West. “This is love speech. I nonetheless love you. God nonetheless loves you. The cash will not be who I’m. The folks is who I’m.”

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