Kanye West’s wax figure is the next step against his actions
Madame Tussauds is a popular wax museum with several viewing points, famous for displaying wax works of historical figures and favorite TV/movie characters. A statue of Kanye West has been removed from the floor of a London Museum, mainly due to misbehavior and anti-Semitic comments.
“Each profile has its place at Madame Tussauds London,” a museum spokesman said, according to BBC News. They trust visitors and the public to hear who can be expected at the attraction. Kanye West posted on Instagram on Thursday, October 27.
The retirement of Ye wax products is not a new setback for Yeezy after he pulled out of endorsement deals with Adidas, Gap and Foot Locker. Even T J Maxx has reported a shortage of Yeezy products.
From where did it start?
Rapper Kanye West has never seen a wax figure of the rapper at Madame Tussauds London, where Kanye West has great respect and love. So, what did he do? Let’s find out.
It all started on October 3 at Ye’s Paris Fashion Week, when he wore a shirt with “White Lives Matter” written on the back. Neo-fascists have taken the quote as a symbol of white supremacist groups.
Not only that, but he also posted anti-Semitic posts on Instagram and Twitter and continued to talk about it in interviews. He launched many brands such as Balenciaga.
Ye’s loss of reputation
One of Ye’s viral tweets about the “death of 3 Jews” got a lot of attention. First up is Jaden Smith, who attended Paris Fashion Week. “If I don’t get my message across, black lives matter.” Diddy expressed his displeasure with America, saying it will plan poverty, prison and death for black people. He further added, “So before you go back to another life… black life is a problem, don’t play with it.” Jamie Lee Curtis called the speech “disgusting”.
Adidas cut ties with him, took a $400 million cut, and Ye suffered a huge loss when he was removed from the Forbes billionaires list.