Far Left Activists Petition Adidas to Drop Kanye West — Adidas Rejects Demand
Kanye West dropped a bomb last week on the Democrat Party’s strangle hold on the black community.
West came out in support of Donald Trump. He even was pictured in a Trump hat with two white guys.
Kanye’s actions already resulted in black male support for President Trump to double in one week.
In response to Kanye’s words and actions, and misreported comments on slavery, far left activists started a petition for Adidas to cut ties with Kanye.
A petition calling on the sports apparel brand Adidas to drop rap superstar Kanye West over comments he made about slavery has reached more than 4,500 signatures.
“When you hear about slavery for 400 years. For 400 years?! That sounds like a choice. Like, you were there for 400 years and it’s all of you all? Like, we’re mentally in prison,” West said in an interview with TMZ on Tuesday.
The comments sparked outrage from the likes of CNN’s Don Lemon and Black Lives Matter activist DeRay McKesson, with infuriated activists even starting a petition urging Adidas to cut all ties with West.
“While Kanye can live safely in his multimillion-dollar castle, the rest of black America is continually marginalized and subject to unjust laws and treatment. Some even die because this behavior is so ingrained in our society,” the petition reads.
Unfortunately for Democrats Adidas announced on Thursday that they are keeping Kanye West.
Adidas AG Chief Executive Officer Kasper Rorsted distanced himself from comments about slavery by Kanye West but said the company has not discussed dropping the rapper as a designer.