Camille Vasquez will no longer represent Kanye West after his continuous Anti-Semitism rant
Camille Vasquez is Johnny Depp’s lawyer dropped Kanye West as he continued his anti-Semitic tirade.
Unless Kanye West withdrew his words, TMZ claims that Camille Vasquez made it clear to Brown Rudnick that she was not representing Kanye West.
However, Kanye continued to express his antisemitic views. West made a comment about the Jewish comment outside of her daughter’s basketball game.
In other words, Vasquez was not the only individual or company to cut ties with Kanye West. On Monday, CAA fired Ye, and on Tuesday, Balenciaga ended its collaboration with West.
Kanye West declared on Piers Morgan Uncensored that he was “sorry for the people that I hurt with the DEFCON [comment] – the confusion that I caused. I feel like I caused hurt and confusion.”
When he said those things, did he offer an apology? No way. As he noted, it left some individuals scratching their heads.
Kanye West has a history of defending white nationalists.
The FBI claims that white supremacists are the most violent organization in the country. Historically, the West has stereotyped Jews as “tropes like greed and control” and much more.
Kanye West recently claimed that Adidas would not fire him for saying antisemitic slurs, even if Ye had said them.
“The thing about it being Adidas – I can literally say antisemitic shit and Adidas can’t drop me,” West said in a video that leaked online. “I can say antisemitic things and Adidas can’t drop me. Now what?”
Antisemitic placards with the phrase “Kanye is right about the Jews” were flown by white supremacists and neo-Nazis above a section of the 405 Freeway in Los Angeles.
KTLA reports that multiple more white supremacist posters have appeared on Ventura County 101 Freeway overpasses this year.