Kanye West remains rogue.
After sparking outrage in recent weeks — with anti-Semitic remarks, “White Lives Matter” T-shirt designs and more antics — Balenciaga, Adidas and Gap have cut all ties with the rapper.
Now West has revealed his plans to get rid of the leftover products he once sold for hundreds of dollars.
In a video posted to YouTube by celebrity news site X17, the “Gold Digger” rapper gave a tour of his Los Angeles studio, which showed hundreds of garments alongside workers using sewing machines.
“I cut out 100 hoodies from Yeezy, from Balenciaga, from [Gap and Adidas] and everything we do is going to cost $20,” 45-year-old Ye said of the discarded inventory.
He added: “We need to make sure everyone gets the same level of austerity, the same level of food, the same level of water, the same level of education.”
“We are developing opportunities, we are moving beyond the past, we are focused on the future,” West continued, while also showing off some new designs.
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Speaking of the future, the “Eazy” rapper also showed off his “Ye24” designs. He claimed that the clothes, in promotion of his 2024 presidential nomination, were made from recycled Balenciaga sweatpants and more. He further claimed on Twitter that he met former President Donald Trump and offered him the vice presidential spot on his ticket.
Although the fashion brands denounced the rapper, West wore designs from his recent Balenciaga-Adidas collaboration in the video, including a white messenger bag ($1,290) and a sweatshirt ($1,150).
On Tuesday night, Rolling Stone published an exposé in which former Yeezy employees claimed that West frequently showed porn videos of executives, his own sex tapes, and explicit images of then-wife Kim Kardashian.
Representatives from Gap, Adidas and Balenciaga did not immediately respond to Page Six Style’s request for comment.