Vogue Severs Ties With Kanye West After His Antisemitic Rant: Report

  • Vogue and its editor-in-chief, Anna Wintour, “have no intention” of working with Kanye West again.
  • A representative told PageSix that the magazine cut ties after the rapper made anti-Semitic comments.
  • It comes after a host of other companies, including Balenciaga, distanced their brands from the West.

Ye, the artist formerly known as Kanye West, is facing consequences for the large number of anti-Semitic and offensive comments he has made recently.

One of those repercussions is the end of his relationship with Vogue and its editor-in-chief, Anna Wintour, reported PageSix.

According to the outlet, a representative said the magazine and Wintour had no intention of working with the rapper again after West ranted about Jews in a tweet on Oct. 9. The social media platform removed the tweet for violating its guidelines, and Twitter later. he confirmed to Buzzfeed News that he had been banned from the platform.

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It also came after he made similar offensive comments during a Fox News interview with Tucker Carlson and a now-deleted Instagram post, Insider previously reported.

Wintour’s decision to cut ties with Ye may be a personal loss for the rapper, as the pair have been friends for more than a decade. According to PageSix, their relationship began after the editor of Vogue invited Ye to her first Met Gala in 2009. Since then, they have been seen sharing lunches together and supporting each other’s business endeavors.

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Kanye West and Anna Wintour attend the Givenchy Ready-to-Wear A/W 2009 fashion show during Paris Fashion Week at Carreau du Temple on March 8, 2009 in Paris, France.

Kanye West and Anna Wintour at a Givenchy show in Paris in March 2009.

Dominique Charriau/WireImage

As recently as September, Wintour was seen modeling a pair of Yeezy sunglasses with Ye at New York Fashion Week, The Sun reported.

Representatives for Conde Nast-owned Wintour and Vogue did not immediately respond to Insider’s request for comment.

Vogue is also not the only organization to distance itself from the rapper following his recent comments. On Thursday, Balenciaga’s parent company said he was no longer in a relationship with Ye, Insider reported.

And earlier this month, Adidas announced that it was reviewing its relationship with Ye.

“After repeated efforts to resolve the situation privately, we have made the decision to place the partnership under review. We will continue to co-manage the current product during this period,” the company said in a statement, CNBC reported.


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