Kanye West’s anti-Semitic rants have caused a global panic

Kanye West's anti-Semitic rants have caused a global panic

Yeezy shoe collectors are ‘panic selling’ following Kanye West’s antisemitic rants in music video

Loud rap star Kanye West has sparked a huge sell-off on the black market after using anti-Semitic slurs and making controversial homophobic and transphobic jokes.

In the music video for ‘Diamonds From Sierra Leone’ he used the n-word several times, while his fellow rapper Yeezy has admitted that his ‘raffish’ lyrics are often used by black people to discuss their ‘lack of love’ for the African nation.

But the two rappers are not alone – rappers and fashion designers and luxury goods companies have all been affected by a surge in panic sales following West’s comments.

From designer handbags and wallets to luxury cars and shoes, many high street fashion brands and luxury goods suppliers have been flooded by the orders, which have seen some sales soar by nearly 90 per cent.

A brand-new Chanel handbag sold out within three hours after the news spread.

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‘Dying art’ Kanye West is said to have caused “a global panic” with his anti-Semitic rants in his new music video

Danish designer Alexander Wang sold out of his $4,200 Gucci handbag in just 30 seconds, while Gucci’s latest ‘V’ range sold out in 2 minutes, 45 seconds.

A similar phenomenon is also happening on the high street with luxury fashion retailer Selfridges (RRP: £500) having sold all of its $1,000,000 ready-to-wear collection of ‘V’ for men in less than two minutes.

Says Selfridges Director of Global Marketing, Daniel Stoten: “Selfridges’ store managers received around 10,000 emails with information on the designer handbag sale within the first hour of news emerging.”

The high street brand has not yet responded to these claims saying: “As the fashion industry is often a place where rumours and speculation thrive, we are unable to comment on the rumours that are currently circulating. In any case, we have sold out of all Selfridges’ remaining collections before our next sale.

‘We would like to remind our customers that Selfridges has never, and

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