Will Kanye West New Pledge For Support In President Donald Trump’s Govt Strike A Balance In His Brand (Find Out Here)

Will Kanye West New Pledge For Support In  President Donald Trump’s Govt Strike A Balance In His Brand (Find Out Here)
April 26
07:01 2018
  • Will Kanye West New Pledge For Support In President Donald Trump’s Govt Strike A Balance In His Brand.

Kanye West American rap star turned Yeezy fashion mogul on his  Twitter tear, pledged his support on the social media platform for President Donald Trump and this got many of his fans talking wild.

According to a fashion and brand experts who said that Kanye West public pledge for support for President Donald Trump is a risky move for him and his new and young designer company.

“People like him for being a bit crazy and erratic,” says Stacy Jones of entertainment branding firm Hollywood Branded. “His fans forgive him for being dehydrated, leaving a show for Kim, or canceling a tour for his health. But…sharing his enthusiasm and love of our president, when much of his fan base does not at this point in time, that could indeed hurt his brand.”

The Entertainer on Twitter said “You don’t have to agree with trump but the mob can’t make me not love him. We are both dragon energy. He is my brother. I love everyone. I don’t agree with everything anyone does. That’s what makes us individuals. And we have the right to independent thought.

 

According to an online source (hollywoodreporter.com) – “People like him for being a bit crazy and erratic,” says Stacy Jones of entertainment branding firm Hollywood Branded. “His fans forgive him for being dehydrated, leaving a show for Kim, or canceling a tour for his health. But…sharing his enthusiasm and love of our president, when much of his fan base does not at this point in time, that could indeed hurt his brand.”

In October, the #GrabYourWallet movement  was created to encourage shoppers to boycott Ivanka Trump’s namesake label, as well as retailers that carry Trump products or endorsed Trump. The political pressure may have led Nordstrom to drop the first daughter’s brand, though the retailer says it was actually poor sales.

On Wednesday, Adidas, which backs Yeezy, had no statement about West’s tweets, and a representative for the athletic brand told THR it does not break down sales figures for specific parts of the business. No retailers have come forward to drop the Yeezy brand, either, which is different from the #GrabYourWallet movement in that it doesn’t benefit the Trump family, certainly. And some fans actually seemed excited that the controversy might drive down the prices of Yeezy sneakers, which sell for many more times their retail price on resale sites.

 

The Trump tweets came less than a day after West parted ways with his manager of nearly three years, Scooter Braun, with no explanation. In November 2016, West had to cancel the remainder of his Saint Pablo tour for personal reasons, which some outlets reported included a nervous breakdown that had him hospitalized.

Friends and family insist West is healthy now, despite the manic nature of his social media postings. And West appears to be ramping up to a very busy summer, with plans for a long-awaited album, a collaborative effort with Kid Cudi, production on a new Nas album, as well as albums from Pusha T (May 25) and Teyana Taylor (June 22), both of which he’s producing.

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