Adidas Joins the List of Brands that Have Dropped Ye Due to Alleged Antisemitic Remarks

Updated: Oct 26

Adidas issued a formal statement Tuesday morning severing ties with the rapper and fashion designer.


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Tuesday morning Adidas announced that they were cutting ties with Ye over his string of alleged Antisemitic remarks and comments regarding Black Live Matter and the death of George Floyd.


Adidas joins the list of other brands that have separated ties from Ye including, Balenciaga, Vogue, and Gap.


Over the past few weeks, Ye has gained massive media attention in interviews with Tucker Carlson, Chris Cuomo, Piers Morgan, and many others including Drink Champs (which has since been removed from YouTube) regarding his stance on Jewish businessmen and record executives, the state of the Black community, and the correlation between the two.


Ye, who recognizes that Black people come from the lineage of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob and are true Shemitic people, expressed his disdain for the media and the role the hip-hop music industry plays in the destruction of the Black community.



Black celebrities have shared their concerns over Ye and his comments by expressing his alleged bipolar disorder and allegiance to Donald Trump and his "White Lives Matter" t-shirt stunt with Candace Owens.


The question remains to be asked: what is the problem with the concerns he is raising?


For decades, hip-hop music has glorified murder, fornication, criminal activity, drug and alcohol abuse, and the destruction of the Black family. As seen in the clip above, Jewish record label executives benefit from this type of music in efforts to elevate their own communities.


How is it that the Jewish played a major role in the Transatlantic slave trade and we are still seeing those same actions taking place in modern day?


The Kingdom and the United Nation of Yisraèl stand with Ye as the truth of the Shemitic people comes to light.


Dejyah Yisraèl contributed to this article through The Kingdom Magazine.

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