Kanye West Says He’s ‘Not Losing Money’ Despite Ending Business Partnerships, Echoes Anti-Semitic Theory
Kanye West was in the mood to discuss everything he’s come under scrutiny for lately, including companies cutting ties with him and his anti-Semitic remarks.
The rapper, who just lost his partnership with Balenciaga due to his recent statements, opened up about the end of the relationship with the fashion house in a new interview, seeming not to regret what he said.
« I’m not losing money, » West said TMZ Friday outside of her daughter North West’s basketball game. « The day I was removed from the Balenciaga site was one of the most liberating days. »
While West said he was unsure about the future of his deal with Adidas, he added: « I think people are just trying to score points. »
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The donda The artist then turned his attention to his anti-Semitic remarks.
“I mean the Jewish commentary. It actually proves the exact point that I made,” he said. TMZ. « So many actors have been bullied backstage. »
West even weighed in on his controversial « White Lives Matter » t-shirt, the incident that would soon see West’s name make headlines for weeks to come.
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“I’m talking about my life being threatened for having a political opinion,” he said. “Wearing the wrong color hat or the audacity of me as a black man to have a ‘White Lives Matter’ t-shirt. I’ve seen white people wearing « Black Lives Matter » t-shirts. it’s pretty one-sided, if you think about it.