Kanye West learned in late September, ahead of his fashion week antics and stream of anti-Semitic posts, that he would no longer be welcome to do business with JPMorgan Chase.
On Wednesday evening, conservative commentator Candace Owens tweeted images of a letter sent to Kanye West by the bank informing him that he had until November 21 to transfer his accounts elsewhere.
No reason was provided for the bank’s decision, nor did Owens offer one.
However, the tweet’s timing insinuation is that West has been debanked following several recent controversial episodes, including sending models to his catwalk during Paris Fashion Week wearing shirts that read “White Lives Matter”, in addition to the targeted intimidation of a Vogue. fashion editor on his Instagram page, and a series of anti-Semitic statements that got him removed from Instagram and Twitter.
Owens made the announcement hours before a bizarre reunion between West and fellow Kim Kardashian ex Ray J (and non-ex Kid Rock) on the red carpet of The DailyWire’s latest film – The Biggest Lie Ever Sold: George Floyd and the rise of BLM.
In fact, the letter came shortly after West gave an interview to CNBC, in which he claimed he was considering taking his business elsewhere, according to the Daily Beast.
“I’m transferring my money from JPMorgan to Bank of America, maybe, because I’m going to transfer $140 million to JPMorgan and [CEO] Jamie Dimon never calls me,’ West said at the time.
“I found out that Jing Ulrich is one of the board directors of Adidas and one of the board directors of JPMorgan, and they already treat me a certain way at Adidas. it doesn’t matter how much money you move there,” he added.
The rapper, who has a history of mental illness, appeared at the Nashville premiere of Candace Owen’s new documentary, The Greatest Lie Ever Sold, which accuses the BLM organization of embezzling millions of dollars in donations.
PICTURED L-R: Kanye West, Colby Covington, Candace Owens and Ray J at the premiere of Owens’ new documentary The Greatest Lie Ever Sold, an anti-BLM film
JP Morgan Chase broke up with Kanye in this letter posted by Candace Owens on Twitter. Kanye has been banned from his accounts
Owens shared his thoughts Wednesday night on Kanye’s alleged business cancellation by Chase Bank
West claimed that despite banking hundreds of millions from Chase, CEO Jamie Dimon (pictured) paid him no personal attention
Canceled: Kanye vowed to ‘kill con 3 on JEWS’ in shocking tweet last weekend
Chase’s letter reads: “We are sending this letter to confirm our recent discussion with [associate’s name] that JP Morgan Chase Bank has decided to terminate its banking relationship with Yeezy, LLC and its affiliated entities.
“We ask that you promptly transfer your business to another financial institution by November 21, 2022.”
JPMorgan Chase did not explain why it had cut ties with the music and design mogul, and declined to comment when approached by the Daily Mail.
West has also publicly disparaged his partnerships with Gap and Adidas.
In September, West ended his relationship with Gap and Adidas placed its highly successful partnership with West under review.
“We are proud of our team who have worked tirelessly throughout our collaboration with Ye and the iconic products that have come out of it. We also recognize that all successful partnerships are rooted in mutual respect and shared values.
“After repeated efforts to resolve the situation privately, we have made the decision to submit the partnership for review,” the company said in a statement last week.
On Wednesday night, hours before West hit the red carpet at the premiere of Owens’ new anti-BLM documentary The Greatest Lie Ever Sold: George Floyd and the Rise of BLM, the conservative brandon tweeted:
“Earlier today I learned that @kanyewest had been officially kicked out of JP Morgan Chase Bank.
‘I was told that no official reason was given, but they also sent this letter to confirm that he had until the end of November to find another place for the Yeezy empire to set up shop. .. discussion I would like to open,” she wrote.
After his Paris Fashion Week “White Lives Matter” news cycle, Ye sat down with Fox News’ Tucker Carlson to expand on some of his more controversial views.
Although seemingly unrelated, the timing of West’s ban from Chase came shortly after Motherboard leaked an unaired clip from his interview with Tucker Carlson, which heard him say Planned Parenthood was created. to “control Jewish populations” through eugenics.
“When I say Jew, I mean the 12 lost tribes of Judah, the blood of Christ, who are really the people known as the black race,” he added. ‘This is who our people are. The blood of Christ. This, as a Christian, is my conviction.
The clip was notably absent from the interview when it aired on Fox News last week.
Nonetheless, the aired portions of West’s interview remained full of bizarre statements, including a suggestion that his children had been replaced by “professional actors” in his home to “sexualize my children.”
He also pushed the anti-Semitic trope that Jews are good with money, saying, “I’d rather my kids know Hanukkah than Kwanzaa. At least it will come with some financial engineering,” before laughing.
West’s Twitter was suspended last weekend after he wrote, “I’m a little sleepy tonight but when I wake up I’m gonna die with 3 on JEWS.”
He added, “Funny thing is, I can’t be anti-Semitic because black people are Jewish too.” You toyed with me and tried to blackball anyone who opposes your program.
His attack on Jewish people came just a day after he shared screenshots on Instagram revealing messages sent to Diddy in which West, 45, accused the rapper of being controlled by Jews trying to silence his post “White Lives Matter”.
Owens and West promoting her White Lives Matter t-shirts at her runway show in Paris
After appearing at the Owens premiere last night, West told reporters he felt ‘happy to have crossed the line on this idea so that we can talk openly about things like canceling the bank’.
“People use the anti-Semitic idea to cover up bad business. Saying that if you call someone on bad business, you’re anti-Semitic.
‘Do you think the comment came out of nowhere? I feel that in Hollywood when, especially with black artists, I had a lot of bad experiences,” he said.
Many have speculated that West – who has said he has bipolar disorder – is in the midst of a psychological episode.