Despite stirring up controversy in recent weeks by sharing a seemingly never-ending stream of opinions via tweets and TV appearances, Kanye West reportedly won't be cut from his partnership with Adidas anytime soon.
The second source added, "Kanye has been super vocal supporting Trump and it seems there is a motive - one being the release of Chicago inmates ..."
West designs an exclusive line of sneakers and clothing, Yeezy, for the company.
However, he did stress that "there clearly are some comments we don't support" and that he plans to discuss the matter with Kanye at some point. "I'm always gonna represent that, but I also represent the world". "I'm not going to comment on every comment that he or somebody else are making".
West's remarks on slavery were the most provocative in a line of comments that many outlets described as a "rant". "Like, you was there for 400 years and it's all y'all? That sounds like a choice", he went on argue.
If you look at our overall numbers, previous year we did nearly $25 billion, we're a very large company.
Multiple sources told Us on Wednesday, May 2, that the couple are paying the legal bills for Alice Johnson, a 62-year-old woman who is now serving a life sentence in prison on a nonviolent drug conviction. "Prison is something that unites us as one race".
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