Which companies have cut ties with Kanye West? Here’s an updated look

Leaving Ye

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Kanye West, the artist and business mogul, has long been a lightning rod in the entertainment industry. All that work he’s done has helped put him on the list of the most-wealthy rappers on the planet.

Now that’s changing. West, also known as “Ye,” made controversial and antisemitic remarks as of late. It’s causing several of his backers to drop him and force his fall out of billionaire status, according to Forbes.

Here’s a list of companies and other entities that have cut ties with West:

Madame Tussauds London

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The famous London wax museum took Kanye off display. He has been moved to “an archive,” according to the BBC.

T.J. Maxx/TJX Companies

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In a statement to CNN Business, the TJX Companies will no longer sell surplus “Yeezy” items, West’s brand. That decision was made on Oct. 26.

Peloton

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The Peloton company stated on Oct. 25 that West’s music will no longer be featured with their products. The company told Pelobuddy the decision was made “immediately following” Kanye’s comments.

Aaron Donald & Jaylen Brown

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Donald, the NFL All-Pro for the Rams, and Brown, the NBA star for the Celtics, had signed with West’s marketing agency, Donda Sports. On Oct. 24, they cut ties.

Foot Locker

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Another to leave the Yeezy brand. On Oct. 25, Foot Locker announced they’d no longer carry West’s shoes, per the New York Post.

Adidas

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Speaking of the shoe brand, the producer, Adidas, dropped him as well. In a company statement, Adidas commented: “After repeated efforts to privately resolve the situation, we have taken the decision to place the partnership under review.”

CAA

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Talent agency, CAA, ended their relationship with West on Oct. 19 according to the L.A. Times.

MRC

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Shortly following CAA, MRC decided it will not release a completed documentary on Kanye. MRC is a film and television production company.

Balenciaga

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Balenciaga had Kanye walking in its Paris Fashion Week show one day prior to his comments. They went on to cut ties right away.

JPMorgan Chase

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Pundit Candace Owens tweeted Oct. 12 that Ye had been “kicked out” by JPMorgan Chase Bank. Owens posed with Kanye in a “white lives matter” shirt.

Gap

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Back in September, Kanye was left by Gap after he accused them of falling short of their end of a deal the two had.

Instagram, Twitter

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West continued posting antisemitic statements on social media, including screenshots to artist Sean “Diddy” Combs. For a time period, both Instagram and Twitter handed down bans to Kanye on Oct. 10.

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