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What Is Kanye West's Net Worth After The Antisemitism Drama?

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Kanye West might not be ready to apologise for his antisemitic comments made over the last week, but  brands that were working with him have made their decision. Labels like GAP, Balenciaga, and Adidas have discontinued their association with the rapper.

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This step has stolen Ye's position as a billionaire. Naturally, his net worth has dropped significantly. We take a look at what West's net worth is at the moment.

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Net WorthThe partnership with Adidas was worth about $1.5 billion, reports Forbes. Without the collaboration, West’s net worth has fallen to $400 million.

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His Net Worth Before The BacklashYe's net worth was estimated to be $6.6 billion. His real estate assets are estimated to be $120 million. His partnership with GAP minted $1 billion a year. The cash, equities and other assets were estimated at $400 million.

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Source Of His Net Worth NowHis current fortune contains cash, real estate, his music catalogue and a 5% stake in his ex-wife Kim Kardashian West's shapewear brand Skims.

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Earnings Per YearYe was earning at least $100 million per year from the various endeavours that he was a part of. The majority of his earnings came from royalties and earnings related to his brand Yeezy and Adidas partnership.

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His Association With AdidasHe owns the Yeezy apparel line outright 100%. During his partnership with Adidas, he earned a royalty on every dollar of revenue generated. The brand generated $2 billion per year in revenue and $250 million in profit from Adidas. At the peak of the partnership, the brand was estimated to be worth $4 – $5 billion on its own.

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Other Assets and PhilanthropyWest owns the company KW Foods LLC., which owns the rights to the Fatburger fast-food chain in Chicago. DONDA is a creative content company named and he also co-owns the music streaming service Tidal. Other philanthropic ventures include the Kanye West Foundation, and providing funds to World Water Day, and Live Earth, among other organizations.