Kanye West Post Fake News: ‘Kasper Rørsted also died at 60’
Adidas CEO Kasper Rørsted is formally on Kanye West’s enemies list. The Flashing Lights rapper, who legally changed his name to Ye last year, has been engaging in separate feuds with Kid Cudi and Adidas CEO Kasper Rørsted for quite some time. On Thursday, September 1, Kanye West posted and later deleted a fake New York Times front page about Adidas CEO Kasper Rørsted on Instagram, a nod to a similar post he shared about Kim Kardashian’s ex-boyfriend Pete. Davidson. Kasper Rørsted also died at the age of 60, said the headline of the fake New York Times newspaper. A small subtitle below the huge title read ‘I know what you’re thinking… who is Kasper? however, even less significant, who is Kid Cudi?
Kanye West has been circulating a dispute lately with Adidas over their overly creative control of the new Yeezy Day release, telling Complex that Adidas invented the Yeezy Day idea without my approval. He then proceeded to bring back older styles without my approval. Earlier this year, Kanye West shared a similar post, with a fake caption that read, “Skete Davidson dead at 24.” Kim Kardashian filed for divorce from Kanye West in February of last year, and she was reportedly declared legally single in March of this year. The couple share four children, 9-year-old North, 6-year-old Saint, 4-year-old Chicago, and 2-year-old Psalm.
Kanye West shares disturbing Instagram post saying Adidas CEO Kasper Rørsted is dead
Kanye West has shared another disturbing post on his Instagram account, joking about the death of Adidas CEO Kasper Rorsted. Weeks after he had to delete a similar post about Pete Davidson, the Praise God rapper returned to the social media stage and responded to the news that Adidas CEO Kasper Rorsted will step down in 2023. More, taking his profile, the 45-year-old rapper reportedly posted a fake New York Times front page, complete with the headline: Kasper Rorsted Also Dead at 60. mix one more time.
Adidas’ Kasper Rorsted was confirmed last week, six years after initially joining the sports brand. He is set to hand over his debentures in a year’s time and will remain in control until a replacement is introduced. Thomas Rabe, administrative burden executive, declared the news in a statement via Bloomberg; After three challenging years highlighted by the financial results of the COVID-19 pandemic and geopolitical pressures, now is the ideal opportunity to begin a CEO change and prepare for a reboot. Ye has previously taken aim at Adidas via social media, claiming the brand delivered a shoe that was a blatant copy of its Yeezy slides, something bosses have not publicly addressed.
Also read: Kanye West criticizes Gap for not including him in business meetings