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Ye Is Not Done Saying His Piece

Ye Is Not Done Saying His Piece

By creating a fake New York Times newspapers and utilizing his instagram to blast the news, Kanye West has made it clear he is not done roasting people. Now he is targeting those he’s helped make billions of dollars.Today’s roast is for the CEO of Adidas, Kasper Rorsted.

“Kasper Rorsted Also Dead at 60.” Kanye’s caption on the post reads, “God Loves Us” … which doesn’t make a whole lot of sense considering the message certainly isn’t true, or very holy, for that matter.

In the middle of roasting Rorsted, Ye throws in a jab for Kid Cudi, who he’s been in feud with. The sub-headline of the article says, “I know what you’re thinking … who is Kasper? but even less importantly who is Kid Cudi?” In another section he refers to Aug. 24, 2022, which is the date of Rorsted’s announcement that he will step down as CEO of Adidas in early 2023. 

According to sources, Ye is unhappy with the new brand for a recent “Yeezy Day” launch that he allegedly didn’t have creative control over. This is not the only time he’s had a problem with Adidas. In the past, West has accused them of stealing design ideas he’s used for Yeezy shoes.


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Last month, West shared a similar photoshopped photo of The New York Times cover page that read “Skete Davidson Dead at 28” following reports that had alleged the split between comedian Pete Davidson and Ye’s ex-wife Kim Kardashian. Referenced in both of the fake Times page is Kid Cudi, who had replaced West in this year’s Rolling Loud Miami lineup after he pulled out of the event.


Ye also called out the clothing chain GAP last night for apparently cancelling his children from a fashion show “without me knowing” he said. No one is safe.

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