Kanye West Post Fake News: ‘Kasper Rørsted also dies at 60’

Adidas CEO Kasper Rørsted is officially on Kanye West’s enemy list. The Flashing Lights rapper, who legally changed his name to Ye last year, has been involved in a feud with Kid Cudi and Adidas CEO Kasper Rørsted for quite some time. On Thursday, September 1, Kanye West deleted a fake New York Times front page from his Instagram about Adidas CEO Kasper Rørsted after posting. A fake New York Times newspaper headline read that Kasper Rørsted also died at the age of 60. Underneath the gigantic title, a small sub-title ‘I know what you’re thinking… Who is Kasper? Still less important, but who is Kid Cudi?’

Kanye West recently told Complex that Adidas created the Yeezy Day idea without my approval regarding overly creative control over the new Yeezy Day launch. Then I started re-importing the old style without my approval. Earlier this year, Kanye West shared a similar post with the fake title ‘Skete Davidson Died at 24’. Kim Kardashian filed for divorce from Kanye West in February last year, and she is said to have been legally singled out in March of this year. The couple have four children: North 9 years old, Saint 6 years old, Chicago 4 years old, and Psalm II.

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Kanye West shares shocking Instagram post that Adidas CEO Kasper Rørsted has died

Kanye West shared another shocking post on her Instagram account, joking that Adidas CEO Kasper Rorsted has died. Weeks after he had to delete similar posts about Pete Davidson, rapper Praise God returned to his social media arena in response to news that Adidas CEO Kasper Rorsted would step down from his post in 2023. But looking at his profile again, the 45-year-old rapper reportedly put on a fake New York Times front page, and Kasper Rorsted, likewise, died at the age of 60. Mix again.

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Adidas’ Kasper Rorsted was confirmed last week, six years after he first joined the sports brand. He is due to hand over his duties one year from now and will remain in control until a replacement is introduced. Thomas Rabe, head of administrative load management, made the announcement in a statement via Bloomberg. After a difficult three years marked by the financial consequences of the COVID-19-pandemic and geopolitical pressures, now is an ideal opportunity to begin a CEO shift and prepare to start over. Ye had previously targeted Adidas via social media, and vouched for the brand to offer shoes, which were blatant copies of Yeezy slides that her boss didn’t publicly mention.

Also read: Kanye West accuses Gap of not including in business meetings.

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