Ye went to the talent agency, the documentary about him was canceled

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Related video above: Yeezy ends Gap deal over alleged contract violations. A completed documentary about the rapper formerly known as Kanye West has been shelved due to his recent spate of anti-Semitic remarks. MRC studio heads Modi Vichik, Asif Satchu and Scott Tenley announced in a note on Monday: “We cannot support any content that extends its platform.” Ye was recently banned from posting on Twitter and Instagram due to anti-Semitic posts that the social media said violated their policies. He also suggested that slavery was a choice and called the COVID-19 vaccine “the mark of the beast.” Earlier this month, Ye was criticized for wearing a ‘White Lives Matter’ t-shirt to show his latest collection at Paris Fashion Week. Vichik and Satchu are co-founders and co-CEOs of MRC Entertainment. Tenley is Chief Business Officer. According to Women’s Wear Daily, the documentary was shelved days after French fashion house Balenciaga cut ties with Ye. Ye’s talent agency, CAA, also dropped him. Monday’s news and the canceled documentary come after UTA CEO Jeremy Zimmer condemned Ye in a company-wide memorandum condemning anti-Semitism. E was a client for a short time, but returned to CAA a year later. Other people in Hollywood, including Ye’s wife Kim Kardashian and other members of her family, have also condemned the anti-Semitism. Demonstrators on an overpass in Los Angeles on Sunday unfurled banners praising the West.

Related video above: Yeezy ends Gap deal over alleged contract violations

A completed documentary about the rapper formerly known as Kanye West has been shelved amid his recent anti-Semitic remarks.

MRC studio heads Modi Vichik, Asif Satchu and Scott Tenley announced in a note on Monday: “We cannot support any content that extends its platform.”

Ye was recently banned from posting on Twitter and Instagram due to anti-Semitic posts that the social media said violated their policies. He also suggested that slavery was a choice and called the COVID-19 vaccine “the mark of the beast.” Earlier this month, Ye was criticized for wearing a ‘White Lives Matter’ t-shirt to show his latest collection at Paris Fashion Week.

Vichik and Satchu are co-founders and co-CEOs of MRC Entertainment. Tenley is Chief Business Officer. According to Women’s Wear Daily, the documentary was shelved days after French fashion house Balenciaga cut ties with Ye.

Ye’s talent agency, CAA, also dropped him. Monday’s news and the canceled documentary came after UTA CEO Jeremy Zimmer condemned Ye in a company-wide memorandum condemning anti-Semitism. Ye was a client for a short time, but returned to CAA a year later.

Other people in Hollywood, including Ye’s wife Kim Kardashian and other members of her family, have also condemned the anti-Semitism. Demonstrators on an overpass in Los Angeles on Sunday unfurled banners praising the West.

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