A day after adidas ended its business relationship with Kanye West After his repeated anti-Semitic comments, the rapper Offer an ‘unspoken’ visionto Skechers’ Los Angeles office on Wednesday and escorted from the building.
The accident was ridiculed in Saturday Night Live Skechers ad.
“Here at Skechers, we pride ourselves on two things, making stylish and comfortable shoes at an affordable price and zero tolerance for anti-Semitism,” said the Skechers representative played by Cecily Strong.
Another employee played by Bowen Yang added, “That’s why Kanye West showed up earlier this week at our corporate office, asking to work with us. We said ‘no’ and immediately escorted him out of the building.”
Noting that Skechers is horrified by “appalling comments” from West and vows never to work with him, CEO Strong added: “But we also want to point out that of all the companies he could have contacted and rejected, he chose Skechers.”
Actor Happy Yang, “Two years ago, can you imagine the headline, ‘Skechers is too good for Kanye?'” ‘, adding later, ‘What would you call Kanye’s Skechers shoe anyway, Skeezy? “
The Skechers team has taken shots at other shoe companies.
It took Adidas several days to decide not to work with him. Strong’s character said, while Yang questioned why Crocs was keeping quiet about West’s comments.
He then concluded, “I’m sure Kanye would find an ethically questionable company to work with instead,” with Michael J. Lindell (James Austin Johnson) announcing My Pillow’s collaboration with West.
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