“I COULD HEAR THE JOY IN MY TEAMS VOICES TODAY,” he wrote in all caps. “ADIDAS DON’T WANT NO MORE SMOKE. THE MOVIE CREDIT’S ARE ROLLING. THIS WAR WASN’T ABOUT MONEY.
“IT WAS ABOUT CONTROL OF OUR FAMILIES. OF OUR BUSINESSES. OF OUR STORY. OF OUR VOICE. I GAVE THEM THE OPPORTUNITY TO SETTLE THIS QUIETLY. NOW IT’S TIME FOR GAP :)”
In a follow-up post, Kanye West shared a note that read: Dear Ye, Your legal team recommends that we refrain from posting anything on Gap for another 10 days.” He added in the caption: 10 days.”
Kanye previously accused adidas of stealing his designs and set his sights on several members of the company over the weekend. As for the Gap, Ye had similar complaints about that company as well.
On August 30, the G.O.O.D. Music founder was upset Gap allegedly didn’t invite him to a meeting. As he wrote on Instagram, “Gap held a meeting without me?”
The following day, he returned with a screenshot of a text message exchange in which he accused the company of stealing his designs.
“This is Gap copying YGEBB [Yeezy Gap Engineered by Balenciaga],” it read. It also included a photo of a young model wearing a Gap t-shirt. Kanye added in the caption: “But they canceled the photo shoot with my kids in Japan without me knowing.”
While Ye’s gripes with adidas seem to be quieted for now, it looks like he’ll continue taking on the Gap — in 10 days.