Adidas pressures to cut ties with Kanye West: Nazi controversy surfaced online after company faces backlash


Adidas has met with massive backlash for its partnership with Kanye West after West’s persistent anti-Semitic remarks. The rapper claimed that the brand couldn’t build a deep relationship with him. Now, customers are asking brands to do so, warning them that if they decline, they will stop buying their products. Rapper Donda appeared on the Drink Champs podcast and made a problematic remark. Along with claiming that George Floyd died of fentanyl use, he flaunted that he could make anti-Semitic statements without the impedance of Adidas. He said on a podcast. Adidas can be said to be anti-Semitic and they can’t take me down. I can say anti-Semitic words and Adidas can’t take me down. What’s up? What’s up?

Netizens seem to be dissatisfied with the announcement of sportswear company Adidas. With backlash against the German company soaring, most likely they will be forced to sever ties with Kanye West or anything else to make a public statement about the situation. Bloomberg estimates that Kanye West’s sneakers and apparel collaborations with Adidas AG and Gap are valued at between $3.2 billion and $4.7 billion. Despite Gap breaking up with the rapper, Adidas hasn’t made any announcements about such a relationship. It’s good for brands to reduce their anger against Kanye West so they don’t lose a lucrative partnership.

Pressure mounted on Adidas to sever ties with rapper Kanye West after anti-Semitic march

It’s been 7 days since Kanye West, dubbed Yes, appeared on the Drinks Champs podcast for a 45-minute controversial discussion. There were also some repercussions. Kanye West’s claim that George Floyd was not killed by the police but rather was bitten through fentanyl use motivated him to seek $250 million from his surviving family. The appearance, which includes a repetition of racist horror-inspired concepts, was like straw to break the camel backs of parent company Kering, which also cut all ties with Balenciaga and Kanye West. German multinational sportswear adidas has been aggressively stating that the distribution deal for Kanye’s Yeezy line is ‘under consideration’ following the appearance of a star wearing a ‘White Lives Matter’ shirt, but many have been skeptical of what exactly is in the world for such a long time. I’m asking if this takes.

Drink Champ’s appearance was so bland with scary descriptions that it took days in a short span of time to steer through slimes and get noticed via social media. On Friday, former NBA player and current Twitter influencer Rex Chapman Signal supported a 13-second clip split by an account called @StopAntisemitism, which has since garnered many editorials. In it, Kanye West flaunts her relationship with Adidas to the point where I can say truly anti-Semitic, and they can’t take me off. After a dramatic pause, Kanye West lowered the volume and ominously rehearsed, I can say anti-Semitic, and Adidas can’t drop me. What’s up? Internet users have been incredibly angry at Kanye West’s recent anti-Semitic remarks. Many were sad to see Adidas not taking a public stance on the rapper designer. Since then, netizens have asked the brand to sever ties with the 45-year-old like Balenciaga and Gap. Netizens have vowed to “boycott” Adidas until they break up with the famous rapper.

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