“Although I am not a world-famous artist as is Ye, I have just as much right to work as he does,” Nichol Lechmanik said.
The first batch of Adidas' remaining Yeezys went on sale Wednesday and appear to be available through Adidas' app “Confirmed.”
“There was a lot of guilt,” the reality star said while opening up about her “sad” split from the “SNL” alum.
"Our whole marriage, he accused me of that publicly," the reality star said of Ye on "The Kardashians."
The mom of four said she sometimes has to take it “hour by hour” to see if she and her kiddos are “going to survive.”
Adidas' Yeezy sneakers have been unavailable to shoppers since the brand ended its partnership with Ye following his antisemitic comments.
Milo Yiannopoulos may have spent $7,000 of Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene's money on a favor for Kayne West.
The company cut ties with the rapper last year over his antisemitic and offensive comments. Its “options are narrowing" on what to do with the unsold sneakers.
Adidas ignored Ye's "extreme behavior," the lawsuit alleges, and only generally told investors about the risks of doing business with him.
The rapper seemingly reignited his squashed beef with Ye by including an audio clip of Kardashian discussing their divorce in his song "Rescue Me."