Kanye West Reveals No One Wants To Produce New Yeezy Show In Paris

Luis Suela

Kanye West said no one was ready to produce the YZYSZN9 show in Paris after the public dropped out at The Gap.

Kanye West's relationship with Adidas and Gap seemed mutually beneficial, but in recent weeks, Ye has exposed several issues he's faced with the two companies. This prompted the artist to announce his departure from Adidas and Gap, with whom he had long-term contracts to produce sneakers and apparel. 

Ye is adamant about taking his companies to new heights on his own, though he is facing new setbacks on his journey. This morning, the rapper took to Instagram where he shared a letter titled "Summary of restrictions on Yeezy's autonomous activities under Licensing and Support Agreement with Adidas and Strategic Agreement with Gap."

“Neither Yeezy nor Ye use, sponsor, promote, market, advertise, endorse, design, manufacture or license the following products under the Yeezy trademark or similar to Ye or other products with identifiable attributes: , sales, or consulting services.

The doc ends up listing just about everything under the Yeezy brand, including footwear, clothing and accessories that “use designs that copy or resemble any design used for Yeezy by adidas or Yeezy Gap products.” "Well I guess the war isn't over yet," Kanye captioned the post. In subsequent posts, Kanye shared a list of Gap's board of directors, which he suggested could have banned him from the fashion world

"Magically, no production company was willing to produce my YYZSZN9 show in Paris on October 3rd," he wrote. "It's funny that Bob Martin called me and said he's going out of business amicably, but I can't do runway shows, but they can keep selling my products." Trying to run an empire independently.

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