Adidas is working hard to sell its remaining Yeezy inventory after ending its partnership with Kanye West following his anti-Semitic abuse on social media.
According to Complex, the sporting goods store is now refusing to stock more sneakers for fear of bad PR.
At the time of Yes’s tirades, Footlocker released a statement criticizing the rapper.
“Foot Locker, Inc. does not tolerate any form of anti-Semitism or hateful or discriminatory behavior,” a spokesman said. “While we remain partners with Adidas and stock a wide range of their collections, we will not support future product shipments from Yeezy and have instructed our retail operators to remove all existing products from our shelves and digital websites.”
Adidas is hoping to recoup some of the money it was hoping for by selling the remaining Yeezy, which no longer has West’s support after they dropped it.
Ye is reportedly planning a big comeback.
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