Kanye West Rumors

Add Kobe Bryant to the lengthy list of people who have publicly criticized Kanye West for his comments that slavery was a choice. When asked by a student during a recent visit to a Los Angeles high school how West’s comments made him feel, Bryant was candid in his response. “I’m sure the same way everybody else here in this room feels: What the hell are you talking about?” Bryant said. “I think that was my reaction, as is everybody else’s reaction.”
During All-Star Weekend, Nick Young of the Golden State Warriors sat down with Sole Collector to talk switching to Adidas basketball, wearing Yeezys on court, and a possible collab between himself and Kanye West—a shoe he can already see himself wearing for the NBA Finals. “I’ve been talkin’ to him about it,” Young said. “With Kanye, it’s just going to be unique. It’ll be something different, probably have a thick sole, and a tongue on the shoe or somethin’. Hopefully, it’s in the Finals or somethin’.”
During All-Star Weekend, Nick Young of the Golden State Warriors sat down with Sole Collector to talk switching to Adidas basketball, wearing Yeezys on court, and a possible collab between himself and Kanye West—a shoe he can already see himself wearing for the NBA Finals. “I’ve been talkin’ to him about it,” Young said. “With Kanye, it’s just going to be unique. It’ll be something different, probably have a thick sole, and a tongue on the shoe or somethin’. Hopefully, it’s in the Finals or somethin’.”
In early January, though, Wall announced that he was reuniting with Adidas. According to documents obtained by SI, Wall’s deal calls for him to be paid, in principle, a base of $4.825 million in 2017-2018; which then increases marginally and returns to $4.825 million in 2021-22. (While Wall will not have a signature shoe with Adidas, this deal permits him to collaborate on footwear with fellow clients like Kanye West and Pharrell, a likelihood, his representatives tell SI.)
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