‘Kasper Rørsted is also dead at 60’: Kanye West posts another FAKE headline, this time targeting Adidas CEO in sick meme

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LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Kanye West shot Adidas CEO after posting and deleting a fake New York Times front page that falsely claimed Adidas CEO Kasper Rørsted had ‘deceased’ at 60 year. The rapper wrote the caption, “I’m not here to be loved wish you didn’t like it to leave.” The post comes after Adidas announced Kasper, who started with the brand in 2016, is leaving the company in 2023.

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Weeks earlier, he slammed Kasper for “blatant copying” of its Yeezy slides after Adidas unveiled its Adilette slides. In early August, Kanye posted another fake NYT front page announcing the “death” of Pete Davidson and Kim Kardashian’s relationship following their split. The headline read “Skete Davidson dead at 28”. Kim Kardashian and Kanye married in 2014 but she filed for divorce in February 2021 and was declared legally single in March 2022. Kim and Pete were first linked in October 2021.

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Kasper’s contract with the company was due to end in 2026. However, it is unclear why Kasper left Adidas even before the contract ended. He will remain in office until a successor is appointed. Kanye didn’t stop there, shortly after shooting Daniel Cherry, who is Adidas’ vice president and general manager, again. He wrote in the caption, “I’m a nice person but I’m starting to feel like I’m not being nice. And don’t try to tell me what gang you played with in Philadelphia this time.” The Kanye and Adidas apparel and footwear deal was first announced in December 2013, with the first collection released in February 2015. This line included its first shoe dubbed Yeezy Boosts, which was limited to only 9,000 pairs available. only in New York and sold out in 10 minutes. Adidas first unveiled its new Adilette slides earlier this month, which will retail for $55, and the 45-year-old rapper isn’t too happy about it. West took a direct shot at Kasper on Instagram, “IT’S YOU driving down the same street Kobe passed on. Maybe I’m feeling that Mamba spirit right now,” West said, possibly hinting that his agreement with Adidas is coming to an end.

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“To Kasper, I’m no longer advocating this blatant copycat… To all of sneaker culture To every ball-playing rapper or even if you work at the store This is for anyone who wants to express themselves but feels they can’t not cause they’ll lose their contract or be called crazy,” he continued.

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“Bravery is not being afraid. Bravery is overcoming your fear for your truth. That Ye with the blue paint on my face. Those shoes represent the disrespect people in power have for the talent. This shoe is a fake Yeezy made by adidas themselves. I don’t talk to DC about that either, Kasper come and talk to me. Happy Monday,” Kanye concluded. Kanye also took a shot at Kid Cudi in the fake front page, writing at the bottom of it, “I know what you’re thinking…who is Kasper? but even less important who is Kid Cudi?” Kanye, who goes by the name Ye, had been close friends with Cudi since the mid-2010s and although they had a rocky friendship, they reportedly fell out again this year due to her friendship with Pete.

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