Kanye West’s products removed from Gap stores, hours after Adidas terminated him

It’s been more than three weeks since Kanye West turned up at Paris Fashion Week and all hell broke loose. He opened the Balenciaga show at PFW, he put “White Lives Matter” sweatshirts in his Yeezy line, he verbally attacked Vogue editor Gabriella Karefa Johnson, he harassed every person who stood up for Karefa Johnson, and then he flew back to the US and immediately sat down with Tucker Carlson on Fox News. The Fox News interview was incredibly offensive, and Fox News producers took pains to edit out all of the antisemitic sh-t he said on-camera. No worries – since that interview, Kanye went full-on antisemite, to the point where he’s lost all of his jobs, all of his fashion collabs, all of his colleagues. Anna Wintour cut him off. Balenciaga cut him off. Adidas canceled his line. CAA dropped him. He was set to make some kind of documentary and that’s canceled too. What’s interesting is that once Kanye’s corporate partners make the decision to cut him off, they’re not mincing words whatsoever. From Adidas’s statement:

adidas does not tolerate antisemitism and any other sort of hate speech. Ye’s recent comments and actions have been unacceptable, hateful and dangerous, and they violate the company’s values of diversity and inclusion, mutual respect and fairness.

After a thorough review, the company has taken the decision to terminate the partnership with Ye immediately, end production of Yeezy branded products and stop all payments to Ye and his companies. adidas will stop the adidas Yeezy business with immediate effect.

[From Adidas]

It’s terse, and it needs to be terse. It needs to be a solid boundary of “you can’t do this” and “this is unacceptable.” Before now, Kanye had legitimately gotten mixed signals. He was doing and saying whatever he wanted and he still had support from Adidas, Vogue, the fashion industry. Not anymore. Oh, and Gap also came out and said that they’re not selling anything related to Kanye:

Gap is removing all Yeezy product from stores following Kanye West’s recent antisemitic remarks, the brand announced in a statement on Tuesday.

“In September, Gap announced ending its Yeezy Gap partnership,” the statement began. “Our former partner’s recent remarks and behavior further underscore why. We are taking immediate steps to remove Yeezy Gap product from our stores and we have shut down Yeezygap.com.”

The iconic American clothing brand’s statement continued: ” Antisemitism, racism and hate in any form are inexcusable and not tolerated in accordance with our values. On behalf of our customers, employees and shareholders, we are partnering with organizations that combat hate and discrimination.”

[From People]

Good. As Forbes pointed out, while the Adidas/Yeezy line brought in significant revenue for Adidas (a reported 4-8% of their sales), the Adidas deal was a huge chunk of Ye’s net worth. It accounted for $1.5 billion of his worth on paper. That’s now gone. And he doesn’t have anything to fall back on either – no Gap collabs, no Balenciaga collabs, no documentaries, no CAA. It’s entirely his own doing too.

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  1. Serena says:

    GOOD. He needs to learn there’s consequences, even for him, for saying sht like that.

    • Mimi says:

      Looking at these pictures of him, I am positively shocked that anyone considered him some sort of fashion icon. His clothes look cheap, dirty and he looks like he stinks. We were being punched, y’all.

      • DouchesOfCambridge says:

        That’s so true mimi lol
        However I need to point our that the first time he did a fashion show, everything was tan colored and now everything is tan colored. He can have great ideas but he also has such a poisonous dangerous mind for today’s society. It’s about time the cancerous influencers/big mouths racists get cancelled.

      • equality says:

        He looks like I do after working on the farm. Not something I’d wear and consider fashion.

      • Debbie says:

        To my knowledge, no one called him a fashion icon. Not everything or everyone famous is “iconic.”

      • Jennifer says:

        If you’re rich and famous enough, you can do anything, including start a schlubby fashion line.

        He looks like me after doing set painting, except I’m cuter and not racist.

    • Lirko says:

      Ding ding ding! This is the other side of the ‘free speech’ coin ppl tend to bang on about. You can say it, alas, you are not protected from the *consequences* of said speech. Ye made his bed of hate, now he gonna have to lay on down in it. Couldn’t have happened to a bigger d*ckwad.

  2. lanne says:

    Well, there’s always Waffle House. I’m not sure I’d want to eat anything Ye cooked, so I hope he’ll be hired as a server instead.

    • ME says:

      The guys is still filthy rich though. He’s still worth $400 million dollars. He has many homes, and he even has shares in Skims. I don’t think he’ll hurt for money…though I am sure his ego is hurt as he loved bragging about being a Billionaire. He did this to himself.

      • Fabiola says:

        Exactly. He can live off what he already has. He doesn’t have to work.

      • lanne says:

        For how long though? What does it cost for him to run that school of his? So many athletes have blown through tens, even hundreds of millions of dollars, and have absolutely nothing to show for it. Even if he’s worth 400 million, I hope he has able money managers who can veto his crazy schemes.

      • ME says:

        @ lanne

        He owns some shares of Skims. He also owns some fast food restaurants and even gifted 10 Burger Kings to Kim as a present years ago (in Europe). He owns a lot more than you think. He won’t go broke. He has his music catalogue which he could sell for millions as well. Also, if he, in the future, puts out good music, people will buy it unfortunately.

      • French Hen says:

        Isn’t it kind of peculiar, though, to give someone a gift of 10 Burger King fast food places?

  3. MangoAngelesque says:

    He’ll be on a Joe Rogan podcast in 3…2…

    • Beenie says:

      It’s possible (and I can’t believe I’m saying this) that Kanye is even too toxic for Joe Rogan right now…. What a world.

      • Sue E Generis says:

        I doubt anything is too toxic for racist Rogan. Also, again, none of this was a problem when he was attacking Black people but suddenly everyone acts when it’s antisemitism.

      • Lightpurple says:

        Ben Shapiro’s Daiky Wire would be thrilled to sign him.

    • Roo says:

      Oh god. And cue all the idiots talking about “free speech” when they’re mad that the capitalist system is actually working they intend it to work – corporations focusing on what products bad message they want to sell. 🙄

    • Mia4s says:

      Rogan’s definitely stupid enough…but I’m not sure Spotify is. And Rogan is also a coward at heart so he would bow to Spotify’s wishes on it. We shall see.

      The fact that it had to get THIS far for people to drop this guy. UGH.

  4. MerlinsMom1018 says:

    Every day I expect to read or hear that he has well and truly done something to either himself, KK, or someone around him that ended tragically. I hope not, but this doesn’t seem to have a happy ending.
    I know he’s a grown man and he’s more than problematic, but for his kids I wish he would get the help he so obviously and desperately needs.

    • Serenity says:


      I forget who said this quote but it says “There is nothing more dangerous than a man with nothing left to lose”.

      I’m not a Kardashian fan, but I *am* a woman and a mother who’s been through this. I’m afraid for her and the children.

      • MerlinsMom1018 says:

        I am so sorry you had to go through that. I hope you and your children are all safe and in a much better space.
        Sending big hugs 🤗

      • Bettyrose says:

        @Serenity that quote is chilling and immediately evokes all the senseless violence in this world (and specifically the US) enacted by men with nothing left to lose.

      • CocofromCanada says:

        Serenity – I’m so sorry. He could
        Be murder suicide guy. He needs psychiatric help

    • Coco says:

      I worry more about the kids than Kim because Kanye doesn’t live in the same state as her and she has security and alarms around the house. Also, Kim could easily have a security team drop the kids off at Kanye’s. The kid are going to be the ones alone with him, Kanye doesn’t have supervised visitation so they will be at his will and around the toxic people he hangs around with no protection.

      • ME says:

        The kids won’t be alone with him either. They have nannies that are with them all the time…plus security.

      • Coco says:

        I doubt that Kim’s security team is with the kids at Keyna‘s house or nannies of her choosing. They will be Kanye people with the kids. Which I wouldn’t trust to be qualified or would due in the best interest of the children.

        Look at Charlie Sheen he had nannies too but those twins were still neglected and around drugs.

  5. D says:

    I was so disappointed in the Gap when I went on the site 2 days ago and his stuff was still linked. I’m not giving them props for coming out with a statement only AFTER Adidas did (which was also way too late). Now, I’m sure they have contracts and they have to make sure they won’t be sued if they end them early, but some kind of statement was needed earlier.

    • whatWHAT? says:

      I got an email from Gap last week about some Yeezy product and I sent them a SCATHING msg saying that as long as they carry that bigot’s products, I will not spend my money there or at any of their stores. I wonder how many people did the same.

      In any case, I’m glad that he’s being dropped by everyone.

  6. Jilly says:

    It’s super odd to me that all these things have happened to him in the last 48hrs and not a peep. Has someone wrangled him in?

    • Sue E Generis says:

      I think losing hundreds of millions over a couple days will shut anyone up.

    • Lemons says:

      Maybe his grifters realized that, with Kanye, they will now end up LOSING access to the circles they want and are telling him to lay low.

    • Solidgold says:

      Kanye got what he wanted. Adidas dropped him.

      • Mimi says:

        I’ve seen this talking point on social media a lot. How does it help him to be dropped if they have ownership of all designs and production partners? And if they own his designs legally, there’s likely also an airtight non-compete clause that would stop him from going to another partner with similar designs.

      • Fabiola says:

        I wonder what happens to all the product that was already made and on the shelves

  7. ellie says:

    Good. The video of him bragging how he can ”say antisemitic sh-t and adidas can’t/wont do anything” was revolting. I’m glad he finally faced some consequences.

  8. Sindy says:

    I think another positive to come from all this is that now he’s broke the “school” he started will probably close. God knows what parents were thinking sending their kids there. And that argument with Kim regarding the kids school is over now too and they won’t have to split time between 2 schools.

    • Kels says:

      He’s still worth 400 million so not exactly broke unfortunately. But losing the billionaire status probably hurt his ego.
      I’m sure he’ll keep running his “school” and “church” since there’s plenty of people willing to lay themselves at his feet.

      • Pilar says:

        I think he “only” has 120 million in liquid assets. It’s not gonna last long with the type of extravagant lifestyle he lives. He’s either forced to scale down or make gruelling apologies.

      • Erin says:

        Yep, because even though he tried to say it didn’t matter he constantly brought it up and was throwing tantrums over the fact that no one was referring to him as a billionaire so clearly it mattered a lot to him.

      • French Hen says:

        I am super skeptical of that 400 million figure. I am sure it’s on paper, but I’m not sure if it all materializes. Plus, the way he’s acting and what they’re saying about him spending huge amounts of money daily, it maybe won’t be long.

    • Christine says:

      The parents are footing the bill for the school. And I wouldn’t be surprised if he turned it into a church before then for tax evasion reasons.

  9. Talita says:

    He’s probably thinking this is what happens when you are a truly genius (eye roll)

  10. SIde Eye says:

    I am not going to give any of these companies a cookie for basically jumping off a sinking ship and moving away from this Uncle Ruckus simpleton contrarian who is always prepared for the next monsoon in those tacky rain boots that make him look hellah squat and even more douche canoe-ish than he usually looks. What are those a size 7?

    The time to act was way back when over the gazillion anti-Black statements he has made over the years. I am so glad to see Twitter and this site here call them out for their inaction. Instead of just saying Black Lives Matter they all had an opportunity to ACT like they mattered and they chose not to. So screw the Gap and Adidas.

    I hope the Floyd family bankrupts him. And I would love to see everyone remix their hits that Kanye has ruined over the years, like the one song I love but can’t listen to from Dilated Peoples because Kanye comes on with his usual lazy ass rap style (rhyming a word with the exact same word like how 4 year olds do when they rap) and ruins it.

    There are so many songs I won’t download because Kanye is on them. And I’d like to be able to enjoy a new version of those songs.

    Will he go away finally? The answer is no. No he will NEVER GO AWAY. Just like Trump. Kanye triggers me. I hate his punchable face and he has ruined too many wonderful lattes and peaceful mornings with his douchebaggery so Imma stop clicking on his posts. Same for his orange buffoon of a buddy. Unless the headline is they went to prison for (fill in the blank) – I’m done clicking on them.

    • TheVolvesSeidr says:

      I agree with your comment entirely. All of this should have happened years ago. And if not, the final straw should have been the fact that he stated it was a choice to be subjected to institutionalized racism (basically), the “that sounds like a choice” comment. Enraging.

      • Fabiola says:

        Kanye is actually proving his point. No one did anything when he talked about black peoples but now all the doors are closing when he attacks another group. I would have liked for this to go down when he attacked black people.

      • pottymouth pup says:

        let’s not lean in on antisemitic Jewish domination tropes here. Jews are not the reason Kanye has never faced any actual consequences of his anti-Blackness. There are plenty of antisemites that barely got consequences and are still working (Mel Gibson, Nick Cannon, Ice Cube ) after tepid apologies. Had Kanye just made his first statement without doubling and tripling down, especially within a week or so of his WLM stunt coupled with his untreated mental illness, it’s unlikely he’d be facing the consequences he’s facing now. Frankly, I won’t be surprised if Kanye goes into business with Elon Musk or Peter Theil in the not too distant future.

        In order for Black men (Candace Owens aside, it seems to be primarily famous rich Black men) to face consequences for their anti-Blackness or misygnoir, a very sizable proportion of the Black community needs to agitate loudly for those consequences. Yes, white allies need to step the hell up to amplify & support those Black voices but if we started agitating against Kanye to be canceled for his slavery is a choice BS, you know damn well we would have been told to take several seats (as a white Jewish woman, I’m pretty sure I wouldn’t have just faced a storm for stepping into Black folk’s business, I would have been trolled with antisemitic BS in response as well). The Black community has a tremendous amount of financial power so if they wield it, companies will have no choice but to take stock of the negative impact to their bottom line they’ll suffer if they continue to work with folks like Kanye when they engage in anti-Blackness because white Trumpublicans that are fine with that BS are too busy donating money they don’t have to whatever grift the GQP is throwing at them to be able to buy some Yeezys

      • SIde Eye says:

        @potty mouth pup no one suggested that Jewish people are the reason Kanye has not faced consequences. I don’t see that suggestion in my post or in any of the responses to it. What we did suggest is that these corporations are okay with anti-Blackness, even when we oppose it and loudly, because they could not care less about Black people. And since that’s the case, they should just cut the crap with this we stand firmly against hate garbage. They are perfectly fine with hate when it’s directed at Black people. They are not okay when it’s directed at other groups. Please don’t twist our words. No one is blaming the Jewish community here.

        I can’t speak for the Black community because I am only one person, but if I heard any White person suggest this assclown should be canceled for his slavery is a choice asshatery, I would stomp my feet and light a match. “Take several seats” would not even come to mind. More like THANK YOU. That’s just my take on that. I have thanked multiple people on here who are not part of the Black community for speaking out, listening, and calling racist garbage by its right name.

        For a long time now Black women have been saying about this troll how hateful he is and everyone has kept supporting him in his dollar store galoshes – seems fitting he always has them on since he is always knee deep in his own bullshit. We’ve been asking people to support our position only to hear a bunch of excuses about his illness (like mental illness makes you racist – it doesn’t) and his imagined purported genius – when he is a dumb as a box of rocks. I have R. Kelley flashbacks about all of this – another time Black women said a person was dangerous and no one listened until a bunch of more victims surfaced and an endless sea of damage was done.

    • death by bacon says:

      I bow down🤣😂🤣😂
      Uncle Ruckus simpleton contrarian

    • lucy2 says:

      Excellent point. He’s been offensive and out of control for quite some time. I’d add the stalking and harassment of his ex wife into that list as well. Glad these companies cut ties, but they should have done it years ago, or not gotten involved with him at all.

    • SIde Eye says:

      @TheVolves Seidr and @Lucy 2 thank you!! These companies threw up their middle fingers at an entire community for over a decade while this troll spewed his racist rhetoric. Unless they apologize for their inaction and cowardice in the face of blatant racism and make real changes they won’t see a dime of my money again. It’s nice to know they draw the line and will act to protect other communities but until they feel an obligation to protect EVERYONE they can go pound sand.

      How do they think we feel when basically their stance was: bashing Black women and the Black community for a decade? Meh. Saying slavery was a choice? Meh. Wearing a White Lives Matter shirt? *shrugging* ah freedom of opinion. Stalking his ex wife and tormenting his Black daughter wearing his stupid shirt at her basketball game? Oh well. Making antiSemitic statements? NO!!!!

      So they care about some customers but not others. Shame on them.

      @death by bacon – you have the BEST name on here! LOL! I am so glad I made you laugh. Have a great day!

      • Mrazi says:

        This is it, this is the take. Certain communities are valued more than others. The people that spoke up the last few days, the companies that acted recently, don’t care about the black community nor its history. No lines were crossed until recently. Sad to see.

      • Side Eye says:

        @Mrazi and @SarahCS yes. It reminds me of when Black Lives Matter first came on the scene. If you said Animal Lives Matter, everyone would agree. Yes! Animals matter! Blue Lives Matter. Yes! Blue Lives Matter of course. Asian Lives Matter! Yes, Asian Lives matter. Black Lives Matter -NO!!!! ALL LIVES MATTER!!!

        The problem people had was with the word Black. They had a problem with Black people saying they matter. When I pointed this out to people, they got super offended and how can you say that when I have a ton of Black friends, a Black kid, a Black spouse. Yeah the truth hurts. You can have all those things and still at your core, dislike Black people. Shoot Ginny Thomas has a Black husband. A lot of bigots are in bed with Black people. These people had and still have a problem with Black people saying they matter. Everyone else can say they matter but you Black people better not dare say it or We WILL CORRECT YOU. Sigh…

        Until these companies start confronting their internal bias, prejudice, and downright hatred of Black people I won’t shop with them. The Gap, these fashion companies, and Adidas’s stance is offensive. It is. They got in bed with this racist when he was an out loud and proud racist. They draw the line at antiSemitism though – this shall not stand!!! We stand against hatred! Where was that stand years ago when this damn fool was popping off at the mouth? When he had a press conference to worship a hateful orange dictator who outright said Mexicans were rapists?


    • SarahCS says:

      I completely agree, my first reaction to the headline was what, the racism wasn’t enough?

  11. Rachel says:

    I have a dear friend, who is obsessed with everything Kanye.

    Buys all the sneakers and just bought an effing ugly giant Balenciaga jean jacket.

    His perspective last week was that Kanye was saying all this hate speech because he wanted out of the Gap contract, apparently Gap is beneath Ye. My male friend thinks Kanye is a genius. I was like yeah OK friend. BUT did Ye want to get out of the adidas contract as well and everything else???!!!!

    • Erin says:

      There are easier ways to get out of contracts than using hate speech that will incite violence against a group of people and a genius would know that. I don’t think I could be friends with someone who thinks like that either tbh.

      • Rachel says:

        I will also note that my friend is of mixed race. I thought he would be done after the Paris stunt.

  12. Bettyrose says:

    The Gap? Old Navy I can see since that still has a presence. Does the Gap still exist at any level worthy of note? I loved that store as a teen, but they were owned by a Republican Party supporter at one point. Was probably a good fit for Kanye early on.

    • lucy2 says:

      I was surprised to see they’re still around too, and that they had a collaboration with him.
      The Gap was SUPER popular when I was in high school, preppy was trendy, and it was in a prime location in the mall.

    • whatWHAT? says:

      oh, yeah, it’s big here (NJ/NY metro-area). it’s the mid-price point for that brand. “better” than Old Navy, but not as “posh” as Banana Republic.

      • bettyrose says:

        I peeked at their site, and it seems to be the same Gap, like literally the same clothes I bought in high school. LOL! I love that they know their brand. I just don’t quite see where Kanye would fit in.

  13. jferber says:

    Only Kanye can rein in Kanye if he’s on medication, which he should be. Had his mother still been alive . . .

    • Justwastingtime says:

      I don’t mean this offensively but as a mother I am sick of hearing that Donda could have somehow saved him. It may or may not be the case, but the endless hand wringing about who should have / could have saved Kayne is BS. Losing big money may be the wake up call he needed to get back on his meds and shut up but I am not so sure about that. Since the damage he has done to his children didn’t stop him, not sure what else could, except a complete intervention from everyone in his life, but that won’t happen till he loses his fans and hangers on…

      Also, I have asked my family to stop discussing him at dinner as it ruins my appetite. : )

      • French Hen says:

        I have thought and felt the same for quite a while. His mother this and that. She’s gone. She died. She is not here to save him and even if she were, he’s a 40-what year-old person? At some point most of us become adults and are responsible for our own lives.

  14. Tisme says:

    This is called a natural consequence, Kanye.
    God! Why are men so disappointing? Like why isn’t the world run by women?

    • Talos IV says:

      TISME: Women like who? Marjorie Taylor Green, Ivanka Trump, Lauren Bobert, Kari Lake? Really???

      Being disgusting, immoral and hate filled has nothing to do with sex. Anyone can be despicable. And save us from the virtue signaling misandry which is so chic these days. Sexism is unbecoming, even in reverse darling….

  15. NotSoSocialB says:

    Minor correction:

    The documentary was actually finished! They sank all resources and time into it and canned it after production. That says a lot.

  16. Carolnr says:

    This man needs to be CO 2’d. People need to stop talking to him, about him, interviewing him & maybe he will go away! He has burned so many professional & personal bridges with so many people now! These young models that date him only see $ signs. Kim made the comment that people will wonder why she stayed with him as long as she did. Sadly, he is going to be in her life for alot of years!!!!!

  17. Griz says:

    Countdown to him asking for spousal support starts……..Now

  18. jferber says:

    Antonio Brown just put out a message saying he’s still be president of Donda for reasons. I sincerely believe Brown has undiagnosed CTE. In the past, doctors could only tell when someone died. Now they’re experimenting with other ways. I don’t know if they can do anything about it, but in 2015 or 2016 I read that Brown was tackled in such a horrible way he lost consciousness and (maybe) had a seizure? People in the sports world believe that Brown’s very strange behavior is a result of that incident specifically and that player was known to deliberately try to injure other players with his tackles.

    • Mimi says:

      Antonio just literally shoved his bare butt and peen in some poor woman’s face at a pool. Another trash person.

  19. Beverley says:

    Kanye’s anti-Blackness left most people unbothered. His business partners never batted an eyelash at his racism and misogyny. But apparently he crossed a line with his anti-Semitic comments.

    No surprises there.

    • L4Frimaire says:

      Exactly, they never said anything about his White Lives Matter nonsense with clout chaser Candace Owens and his slavery was a choice BS. To them it was a cheap publicity stunt. Notice how during an important election is when Kanye suddenly goes off his meds and start# with this crap. He got away with these stunts so thought he could push it farther with anti-Semitism. The thing is they’ll still treat him like some mad genius, and he’ll just spout more conspiracy theories.

  20. jwoolman says:

    Kanye is so obviously mentally ill and off his meds. Anybody interviewing him is taking advantage of a sick person.

    But definitely these steps by business associates needed to be taken. Kanye being mentally ill and refusing treatment does not mean that it’s ok to give him a platform for his rantings. And selling stuff with his name on it is definitely giving him a very big platform with a lot of walking advertisements.

    This country has a long history of violence against certain groups, and Jews are one of them. The KKK originally went after not only people of African descent but also Jews, Catholics, and immigrants. The Catholics have been pretty much accepted for a while (they can even join the KKK, although Protestant pastors in my town were loudly viewing with outraged alarm when Catholic JFK was running for President in 1960 and locals were rejoicing when JFK was killed in 1963). But the prejudices and threats against Jews and immigrants and non-whites (and now Muslims as well) are still surging, especially since Trump’s 2016 campaign.

    Kanye’s remarks can actually kill people. He is not likely to go into a synagogue himself and shoot up the congregation, but he is famous enough that someone in his audience just might because he has voiced his prejudices. It’s happened in recent memory, especially triggered by Trump and his followers but anyone famous will do. That’s why people with public platforms absolutely have to shut their mouths about such prejudices and fly their hateful bigot flag only in private if they must. You never know when someone even more unstable than yourself may decide they are the only one brave enough to act on such words, to represent the true feelings of the community and their forthright hero by eliminating the offensive targets.

    • Debbie says:

      I get what you’re saying but to say that these steps against K. West “had to be taken” because Kanye’s remarks about Jews could get people killed kind of ignores the fact that Black Americans have been killed by the people who hold the same attitudes espoused by West. The Black men and women have been killed, so the danger exists for them. By espousing these attitudes, Kanye was saying to Whites, “Go ahead and kill them. They don’t matter and their lives are worth less.” And your statement implies that it was ok for companies to do business with KW because “it was only words” when he said vile things about Blacks. But now that it’s “words” again Jewish people definitive action “had to be taken.” But you know, a lot of people here have spoken out about Kenye long before now about these very same things, but some are saying that “Blacks need to speak out” because if I (a non-Black) does it, I’ll get yelled at. Really. On the keyboard. Yelled at. May I say that if that’s the worst thing that ever happened to you that involves bigotry, then you’ve had a very good life indeed. We can’t wait until a White person kneels on the neck of a Black man in broad daylight, knowing he’s being filmed before we speak up. And those folks and companies who said nothing about Kanye West before because he was “only” playing into anti-black bigotry should not be surprised at being called out now.

  21. Sue E Generis says:

    That brown hoodie looks like it has pit stains and food stains. Is it filthy or is that the style? He looks so disgusting, like his friend TFG. They both look filthy and like they stink. What is the attraction for people? Why do they worship them?

  22. Justwastingtime says:

    Has Nike come out saying no more collaberations with Kayne? I hope so but I haven’t seen it yet.

  23. Chichi says:

    Despicable. Antisemite and a misogynist. This man is saying the US government is supporting and promoting a holocaust with planned parenthood. This is beyond dangerous for every woman in America seeking help/ guidance on their reproductive rights.

  24. Talos IV says:

    You reap what you sew(?) Or don’t they say that in “Sunday Service”. The people to blame for this mess going as far as it has are the people who have made excuses for so long. The consumers of the music and clothes, the press and the fashion glitterati all enabled this “genius”.Now the apologists will come out for the woodwork to make excuses for this train wreck. They will try to redeem this and make this an “underdog story” or some stupid excuse like that.
    Contributing to all of this, are the so called collaborators, brands, record company et al who are now runn8ng away ftom this now that they too have been contaminated by this vile, evil, hate filled and insane mess.

  25. ML says:

    Kanye’s remarks are dangerous and disgusting. And, his ex and her family enable him: they have a huge platform and should be actively countering a lot of the stuff he’s been spewing. Gap, Adidas etc have been late to speak out against his racist, misogynistic and antisemitic vileness. So has the mega Kardashian brand.