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Adidas fan make it very clear that they have dropped Ye with this ad

A very simple image, just saying BYE with emphasis on YE in the style of previous Yeezy ads.

BYE Ye - don't let the door hit you, or something.

Adidas, Gap, Balenciaga, and Vogue decided to end their business relationship with Ye following his "hateful and dangerous" comments and behavior, including saying he was "going death con 3 on JEWISH PEOPLE."

Only hours after he was escorted out of a Skechers corporate office in Los Angeles after visiting "unannounced and without invitation," Ye made an Instagram post titled “LOVE SPEECH,” Ye wrote: “THE MONEY IS NOT WHO I AM ... THE PEOPLE IS WHO I AM.”

On top of this, Ye's controversial $15,000-a-year Christian school Donda Academy abruptly closed.

As well as the antisemitic tweets that got his Instagram and Twitter blocked, Ye sparked controversy by wearing a shirt emblazoned with the words "White Lives Matter"  during Yeezy's show at Paris Fashion Week in early October.

NBC has a rundown on the saga as it has unfolded so far.

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Anonymous Adgrunt's picture

I call BS- every advertising person i know has been writing a version of the bYE sentiment on their social media. If it is real, then they need to "slash" half of the internet for credits.

Dabitch's picture

Did every ad person you know also make it look like a Yeezy ad?

Anonymous Adgrunt's picture

Fact Check. Adidas didn’t create this ad.
(And it’s brilliant.)