Based on a Page Six article released on Friday (Oct. 21), a Vogue spokesperson apparently told the website that both the report nor its Editor-in-Chief, Anna Wintour, intend to collaborate with Kanye West once again in following the end of his anti-Semitic remarks and White Lives Matter agenda.
Ye has a long history with Wintour, who asked to come him to the Met Gala for the first time in 2009. After their wedding in 2014, the experienced editor would feature Chicago rapper-producer and now-ex-wife Kim Kardashian on the cover. Wintour wore Kanye's new sunglasses line from his now-defunct Yeezy collection with Gap last month.
Kanye West's association with Vogue was considered to be over when he assaulted one of their editors, Gabriella Karefa-Johnson, who slammed him for wearing a White Lives Matter T-shirt during his Paris fashion show earlier this month. But, according to Wintour's old friend, filmmaker Baz Luhrmann, who filmed Ye and Johnson's reconciliation on Oct. 4, everything was forgiven.
However, a source informed Page Six on Friday that the fashion bible is set to cut ways with him following his anti-Semitic rants and other problems. "Anna has had enough," the insider claimed, adding, "she has made it very plain within Vogue that Kanye is no longer a member of the inner circle."
The website claims that the famous rapper will no more be appearing on the cover of their magazine and that his invitation to the annual Met Gala event has been rescinded.
So far, fashion firm Balenciaga and JP Morgan bank have severed ties with Kanye West, while Adidas is currently "reviewing" its connection with the volatile artist.