Adidas blasted amid Kanye’s anti-Semitism, Nazi story surfaced
Adidas is silent Kanye Westanti-Semitic speech continues – and now people are calling for a boycott if they don’t cut ties, especially given their own Nazi history.
Although there are reports that their relationship with E”is considered“, that’s not good enough for Twitter anymore – considering KW’s comments have gone from controversial to full-on hate, especially towards Jews … and many are demanding action now.
This Kanye dude is a clown. @adidas what do you think about it? He seems to be implying that you are okay with anti-Semitism.
— Alexander S. Vindman (@AVindman) October 21, 2022
There’s also a clip from the ‘Drink Champs’ interview that has surfaced and is making the rounds again – it’s Kanye making it clear as day, saying that he can literally say anti-Semitic things and adidas won’t do it squatting. He is almost proud of it!
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The fact that Adidas did not give up on the guy like many other companies did – not to mention a statement condemning it all – speaks volumes in the minds of many … even now #boycottdaddydas is trending, and a lot of people are arguing that the shoe company is putting profit before ethics … as their Yeezy line is still a big money maker.
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If you missed out, shop with confidence and get them @ebaysneakers #ebaypartner (After Market)
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— KicksFinder (@KicksFinder) October 23, 2022
By the way, Yeezy is in full swing – Adidas just released a new shoe from the line on Saturday, and there’s future dates sneakerheads are slated to follow. This shoe is worth $200-$300, who knows how much more on the resale market.
Eagle-eyed Twitter users even noticed new job ad what Adidas is advertising – they’re hiring a new Los Angeles-based Yeezy brand director … which is also saying something.
Of course, a big reason for all of this is the fact that the company’s founders – the German Dassler family – have Nazi connections dating back to the 1930s. The brothers joined the party and even supplied sports shoes to the Nazis in those days.
Even with this incredibly ugly story, Adidas continues to keep its mouth shut – and things are coming to a head… especially since rallies in Kanye’s name arise.
The clock is ticking here.