Adidas severed ties with Kanye West on Tuesday after facing mounting pressure to do so in the wake of the rapper’s bizarre anti-Semitic outbursts and public meltdowns.
The apparel brand, which announced last week its 10-year relationship with West was “under review,” said it “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,” the company said in a statement Tuesday.
I’ve made this point before and I’ll make it again. All of this talk about “muh voices of blackness,” and “muh diversity,” goes out the window the second that a housenegro gets uppity towards Der Juden. And remember, nothing Kanye West has said about Jews running these industries is untrue. It’s publicly verifiable by simply looking up who runs which particular corporations. White People have to deal with far worse hate speech every single day, but are these corporations cutting ties with these very same rappers or whomever for saying anti-White things? Of course they aren’t. In fact, the jews who run them are most assuredly praising them behind the scenes, and funneling them capital.
Adidas is the latest high-profile brand, including Balenciaga and Vogue, to cut ties or reconsider their relationships with the rapper-turned-designer following his slew of controversial remarks in recent weeks.
The shoemaker’s decision came after it faced heavy backlash for staying silent when the outrage against West first erupted.
Did it face heavy backlash? Or was it criticized by the ADL?
Because these are two very different things. Every time I looked at the comments online, everyone, or I guess I should say every goy, was supportive of Kanye West. What he’s doing is legitimately courageous, and his refusal to cuck is something that everyone can see and respect.
Upcoming Yeezy collections, which are set to retail between $200 and $300, are already scheduled to drop later this year.
Ending the partnership and the production of Yeezy branded products, as well as stopping all payments to Ye and his companies, will “have a short-term negative impact” of up to $250 million on Adidas’ net income this year, the company told Reuters, partially as the Christmas quarter usually spawns greater demand.
In reality that’s $250 million in the next few months alone. They just say “this year,” to downplay how clearly this exposes capitalism for being the fraud that it is. It doesn’t matter what the market wants, Schlomo will dictate to the market what they get.
He’s also been dropped by yet another bank after JP Morgan.