Unless you live under a rock then you know who Kanye West is, I mean even if you live under the rock as he was signed to The Roc, you will know him by his recent rants against mainstream media, Black America, and the Jews. In full disclosure we neglected to watch the Piers Morgan interview as we pegged him as a racist already. Every dog surely finds it bone. There is also however, no outspokenness, or realness, in a world of receipts, without consequences. We remember that football player who opted to knell during the endless murders of unarmed Black Americans by police officers during the National Anthem. He no longer plays for the NFL. That didn’t pan out well at first either. In the wake of his racist and antisemitic comments, multiple brands including Adidas, Balenciaga, Vogue and JP Morgan have cut ties with Ye. His Hollywood agents at CAA has dropped him as well as celebrities, including his ex wife Kim K and her family. In American fascist, we mean fashion, folks who watched the Tucker Carlson interview on Fox took too the streets to protest. Honk If You Agree What Kanye West Said About the Jews, read the banner over the 405 freeway.
We assume they are leaders of Unite The Right, a known neo-Nazi group seen on display during Charlottesville back in 2017, killing a protester. Before this, Ye and Candace Owens, a wannabe white sympathizer were seen at a Balenciaga show with tees branded in the rear with White Lives Matter. That wasn’t enough for Balenciaga to drop him, for Drink Champs to book him for an interview under Revolt’s production team, a Black owned media group at that, for him to appear on Chris Cuomo’s new talk show, or for his we’re guessing white boy agents at CAA to drop him. It was because he inspired neo-Nazis to put up a banner.
On October 25, amid growing pressure, sportswear powerhouse Adidas announced it was ending its longtime partnership with the rapper amid the controversy. Kanye’s relationship with the company spanned almost a decade and included multiple collaborations with Kanye’s billion-dollar clothing line, Yeezy.
This moved caused Forbes to announce that he is no longer on their billionaire list. All of these headlines fell down from major media channels including Rolling Stones, THR, and Deadline. The fashion media channels also announced via headlines that Adidas and Balenciaga were moving away from the Chicago born producer/rapper. It all seemed okay until it seemed like it wasn’t. Rapper Chika shared how she felt about it via her Twitter feed. Other users on social media platforms watched as headline after headline discussed the consequences of his Kanye’s words and actions.
A Documentary About Kanye West Was Scrapped By Its Producer, Despite Already Being Completed, shared an article by Uproxx, in a joint statement, CEOs Modi Wiczyk and Asif Satchu and COO Scott Tenley wrote, “This morning, after discussion with our filmmakers and distribution partners, we made the decision not to proceed with any distribution for our recently completed documentary about Kanye West. Kanye is a producer and sampler of music. Last week he sampled and remixed a classic tune that has charted for over 3,000 years — the lie that Jews are evil and conspire to control the world for their own gain… Kanye has now helped mainstream it in the modern era.” We wanted to tell this story in a different angle, how come Black people cannot say what they want about other people, whether it be their employers, business partners, and/or sponsors? Why are Black Americans meant to tow a specific line of do not dos, whether it be at work, at Starbucks, or when being stopped by police officers on the street? It’s because we are slaves to the establishment.
White men like Tucker knew that Kanye would get hit with very loud consequences, we think Ye knew it too, he opts to be the sacrificial lamb for the rest of the dark-skinned colored world. The same Tucker, tooted election fraud rumors on a national network that led to a white American led insurrection back on January 6th, 2021, to stop the certifying of incoming President-elect Joe Biden and the first Black American Vice President Kamala Harris. Tucker was helping a fellow white man at the time, Donald J Trump, hold onto power by any means of repetitive lying about Qanon, the Democrats, Covid-19, and election fraud, Trump thanks to Tucker, now owns Truth Social.
After the white lives matter audience wanted more, producers for The Tucker Carlson Show setup an exclusive interview with the Black rapper. Parts of the interview was edited out to not be as bad. In fairness, Kanye came at Jay Z and Bey in an open forum, so he’s never been scared to be truthful about how he sees the world, friends included, Black or White or Jewish aside. He told then President Bush that he hated all Black people after his non-Fema response to New Orleans Hurricane Katrina during the Grammys. He told MTV that Bey’s Single Ladies was the best video ever made and interrupted Taylor Swift during her win. He told Sway during a morning show interview on SiriusXM that “they don’t got the answers” to which he recently took back, that Sway was right. During the Revolt booking, he told Nore the host of drink champs that he believed George Floyd died by Fentanyl, a highly visible conservative talking point heard from the likes of Kari Lake a Republican candidate for Governor of the state of Arizona, which got him sued by the Floyd family. He has been outspoken about his struggles with bipolar disorder.