Kanye West turned up at the Skechers shoe company in Manhattan Beach, California, on Wednesday in the wake of his split from Adidas, only to be escorted out of the building by two of the company’s executives.
A statement released after the incident, the footwear brand said it “has no intention of working with West” and that West also “engaged in unauthorized filming.”
“Skechers is not considering and has no intention of working with West,” the company added. “We condemn his recent divisive remarks and do not tolerate antisemitism or any other form of hate speech.”
He and his party” were removed from the building after a “brief conversation”, the company added.
His visit to Skechers came less than a day after Adidas ended its lucrative Yeezy partnership with West, noting that the company “does not tolerate antisemitism and any other sort of hate speech.”
Ye has become increasingly isolated as multiple brands distance themselves from him.
GAP, which had previously ended its partnership with West, also vowed to remove all products created during the defunct collaboration from its stores.
Also on Tuesday, NFL star Aaron Donald and NBA player Jaylen Brown each also announced they have parted ways with West’s Donda Sports agency.
The collapse of West’s brand deals comes after weeks of outcry sparked by the rapper’s antisemitic remarks, especially after presenting T-shirts at Paris fashion week that featured the slogan “White Lives Matter”, a phrase associated with white supremacists.