Kanye West’s tweets on social media aren’t the same without his ex-wife Kim Kardashian and her new love, Pete Davidson. Following the blowback from his inflammatory posts, West has been focused on running his billion-dollar enterprise while keeping out of the spotlight. West is currently infuriated with Adidas and now he’s back for round two.
West is known for standing up for what he believes in, and he took to Instagram to criticize Adidas CEO Kasper Rrsted for allegedly copying the style of his Yeezy slides. He’s keeping his foot on the throat of the competitors, and he’s back for round two of calling out Adidas. West is irritated because the company is selling Yeezy slides that he claims are blatant knockoffs.
That wasn’t the end of it. After the post went viral, West deleted it and replaced it with a text exchange that appeared to be about a previous agreement or contract. He highlighted a passage in the documents that stated that someone could produce a Yeezy branded casual and lifestyle apparel on his own but not with a competition.
There is a limited exception where he can do a Yeezy branded casual and lifestyle apparel on his own but not with a competitor.
West didn’t provide any context, but he did say in the caption, “Jesus is real.” Adidas has not issued a public statement in response to Kanye West’s public slam. Only time will tell if their genuine inspiration is Ye or not. Take a look at the Instagram post below.
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