45 year old, Kayne West now named Ye has been ditched from numerous companies after his prejudice comments against jews.
Before making the controversial comment ye alleged he wasn’t “antisemitic because black people are actually jew also”
But this isn’t the first time the 45 year old has made contentious comments, stating the covid 19 vaccine was the “mark of the beast’ and proposing that slavery was a “choice”.
During Paris fashion week the middle aged man caused uproar after wearing a “white lives matter” t-shirt, responding to the black lives matter movement. It caused such negative responses because White lives matter is a Neo-nazi group.
Why didn’t anyone do anything sooner?
But what is the Medias reaction?
Adidas has ended their partnership with the rapper and has stated the popular Yeezy line up has ended.
The Balenciaga fashion house has abandoned the star and the completed documentary on Ye has been shelved.
However an antisemitic hate group was beyond a banner hung over a busy Los Angeles freeway stating “Kayne is right about the jews” along with a group of people standing behind it and raised their arms in a nazi salute.
How did celebrities react to Ye influence?
Actress Florence Pugh shared this image on Instagram, stating that these people and the stars behaviour is “appalling”. Later criticising Adidas for not acting quicker on cutting ties with Ye saying “that was too long a wait for something so obvious. No thanks.”
Replying to Kaynes latest tweets, comedian Sarah Silverman went to twitter tweeting: “Kayne threatened the Jews yesterday on Twitter and it’s not even trending. Why do mostly only Jews speak up against Jewish hate? The silence is so loud”.