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Kanye West returned to Instagram on Thursday morning and responded to being dropped by several big-name brands following his posts deemed to be antisemitic.

"I lost 2 billion dollars in one day and I'm still alive," Ye wrote in his comeback post, referring to the very costly end of his Adidas deal. "This is love speech. I still love you. God still loves you. The money is not who I am. The people is who I am." He captioned the photo "LOVE SPEECH."

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Kanye West's net worth is officially in free fall, as major brands abandon him over racist remarks that he's repeatedly refused to apologize for.

The rapper and would-be fashion designer officially dropped off Forbes' billionaire list on Tuesday, when Adidas announced that it was done with Ye and his Yeezy shoe brand.

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Kanye West basically dared Adidas last week to drop him for all the "antisemitic sh*t" he’s been saying lately, and the brand just called him on it.

Adidas announced early Tuesday that it has terminated its partnership with Ye after he repeatedly doubled down on antisemitic conspiracy theories on social media and in interviews over the last few weeks. The move is expected to cost Adidas roughly €250 million (US $246 million) this year alone, the company said.

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Between exciting drag shows and parades, there are so many fun ways to celebrate Pride this month.

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Adidas tried to do something different with a sports bra ad featuring a photo wall of women's bare breasts, but the United Kingdom says it went too far by using nudity to promote clothing that's not in the pictures.

The U.K.'s Advertising Standards Authority decided to ban the ad campaign on Monday, after receiving complaints arguing that it objectified and sexualized women by "reducing them to their body parts." The ruling also pointed out that the ad about sports bras only includes textual mentions of said bras.

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