A fan of Kanye West creates a GoFundMe page to help him become a billionaire again, but scores of other people reply by requesting to become wealthy instead of the artist.


A fan of Kanye West creates a GoFundMe page to help him become a billionaire again, but scores of other people reply by requesting to become wealthy instead of the artist. A supporter of Kanye West started a GoFundMe campaign to assist him to regain his billionaire status, but many others responded by starting their own crowdsourcing projects to become billionaires instead of a contentious singers.

On the American for-profit crowdfunding portal, dozens of pages have been made in the last week or two and may be found by searching for “Kanye millionaire.”

A fan of Kanye West creates a GoFundMe page to help him become a billionaire again GoFundMe website was set up, calling for donations to assist the 45-year-old celebrity to regain his billionaire status after Forbes reduced his net worth to a pitiful $400 million due to the loss of Adidas and Gap agreements.

The page was removed along with a few others, probably for breaking the terms of service of the website, but it is said that not much money was raised before they perished.

With the help of GoFundMe, people can raise money for anything from joyous occasions like birthdays and graduations to trying situations like accidents and diseases.

Although the crowdfunding campaign did not succeed in raising that much money, it did receive a lot of internet attention as a result of the posts and stories that were published by news organizations and other sources.

As if that wasn’t already absurd enough, several others retaliated by starting their own GoFundMe accounts and begging kind users to donate money to make them billionaires rather than Ye.

The majority of these users have only raised around $5, and the most profitable campaign has only so far brought in $40, so they haven’t exactly been able to move up the social scale.

This occurs after Ye stated that he lost $2 billion in a single day due to businesses cutting relations with the rapper after his anti-Semitic comments.

In the meantime, West’s empire has begun to disintegrate. Last week, Adidas canceled their $1.5 billion deal to carry his Yeezy shoe line. Gap, Footlocker, TJ Maxx, and Balenciaga all followed suit and severed their ties with the rapper.

A day after being dismissed by Adidas and having his songs banned, the rapper showed up unannounced to sell his Yeezy brand on Wednesday and was shamefully taken out of the Skechers headquarters.

Representatives for Skechers released the following statement: “Because Ye was filming without authorization, two Skechers executives took him and his party out of the building after a brief talk.” Skechers has no interest in and no plans to collaborate with West.

A fan of Kanye West creates a GoFundMe page to help him become a billionaire again, Analysts claim that management stated they will begin selling the products under their own brand at the start of 2023.

Following pressure from fans over the rapper and designer’s recent anti-Semitic comments, Adidas terminated their contract with Ye on Tuesday.

The profitable agreement, which included royalties and other fees, came to an end as a result.

He has lost a number of high-profile relationships since making other similar comments on social media, including one in which he threatened to “die con 3 On JEWISH PEOPLE.” 

Foot Locker, an online retailer of footwear, declared that they would “not be supporting any future Yeezy product drops, and we have asked our store operators to pull any existing stock from our shelves and digital platforms.”

Even Christie’s, the auction house in charge of the private sale of a rare Nike Air Yeezy 1 prototype worn by West to the 2008 Grammy Awards, has halted the sale.

According to Forbes, Ye’s exit from the billionaire club was caused by the expiration of the Adidas contract.

Ye’s current net worth is estimated by Forbes to be $400 million, which includes his music library, real estate, cash, and a 5% ownership stake in his ex-wife Kim Kardashian’s Skims shapewear company.

However, music streaming site Spotify stated that it would not take down the rapper’s music unless his label requested it, despite businesses all around the world terminating their contracts with Ye.

According to Spotify CEO Daniel Ek, the rapper’s recent anti-Semitic comments are “simply disgusting sentiments” and would have been grounds for removal from Spotify for breaking company rules if they had been on a podcast or recording.

A fan of Kanye West creates a GoFundMe page to help him become a billionaire again, However, the music of the performer now known as Ye does not contravene anti-hate guidelines, and the music streaming service is not aware of any of his anti-Semitic remarks.

It’s basically just his song, and it doesn’t go against our rules, said Ek, adding that it’s up to his label to decide whether or not to pursue legal action.

It was revealed this week that renowned talent agency CAA and attorney Camille Vasquez, who defended Johnny Depp in the Amber Heard defamation case, abandoned the rapper.

According to a source for The New York Post, Camille dumped Ye after he intensified his anti-Semitic remarks over the weekend. The business still wanted to make it work, but he wouldn’t unless they retracted, so he fired them.

According to the LA Times, CAA severed its relationship with Ye at some point in the previous month as a result of his anti-Semitic sentiments.

A documentary that production studio MRC produced about the rapper was also shelved on Monday, according to their announcement.

Modi Wiczyk, Asif Satchu, and Scott Tenley, executives at MRC studios, declared in a memo on Monday that they “cannot support any work that enhances his platform.”