'Social credit scores in action': Outrage after JP Morgan Chase cuts ties with Kanye West and Yeezy

'Social credit scores in action': Outrage after JP Morgan Chase cuts ties with Kanye West and Yeezy
JP Morgan Chase Bank has decided to no longer work with Kanye West over his antisemitic tirade ( Chase/Facebook; Victor Boyko/Getty Images For Kenzo)

NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK: JP Morgan Chase has reportedly cut ties with rapper Kanye West. The singer has been running into various controversies for the past few weeks.

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From the 'White Lives Matter' controversy to saying antisemitic comments, the 'Praise God' rapper has been hogging headlines for all the wrong reasons. Now, conservative commentator Candace Owens has come up with a tweet declaring that JP Morgan has kicked out the rapper and he has until November to find another bank, PageSix reported.

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Owens tweeted, "Earlier today I learned that @kanyewest was officially kicked out of JP Morgan Chase bank. I was told there was no official reason given, but they sent this letter as well to confirm that he has until late November to find another place for the Yeezy empire to bank," along with a snapshot of an email sent to Kanye from the bank.


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She continued, "I have blacked out the names of the other two people on his team that are named in this letter to protect their privacy. As I gather my thoughts about this, I want to say that I do not care what you think about Ye West— but I very much care what you think about this." Later in another tweet, she claimed, "We have reached extremely frightening times in this country. Who are what has landed us into these times is an ongoing discussion which I would like to open up. Tonight I am focusing on my BLM documentary premiere. We will revisit this crucial topic tomorrow."

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Kim Kardashian's ex, who is said to be dating model Juliana Nalu, has been given time till November 21 to find another bank to manage his multi-million dollar Yeezy brand. The rapper was recently locked out of Twitter and Instagram for his antisemitic tweets over the WLM controversy. He also faced backlash for body-shaming singer Lizzo, calling Gigi Hadid a "cabbage patch" and even claiming Hailey Baldwin had got a nosejob. 

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'Social credit system kicking in hard this week'

Internet was quick to react to the recent issue. A user said, "Simply we are finding our answers one at a time. This is cancel culture at its finest." Another user claimed, "Woooow.... this is the social credit score in action...they cancelled  Alex Jones, Andrew Tate and now Kanye West...us regular folks are next if we don't want up.!" A tweet read, "Social credit system kicking in hard this week." 

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"I can't believe this is happening in America!" said another user. Another tweet stated, "UNBELIEVABLE!!! What an outrage and shame on you @jpmorgan." Another user stated, "Good news he shouldn't be doing business with a socialist communist bank anyways . Do business with a patriotic bank instead ." 

Lavern Spicer, "We have lost all moral high ground when it comes to criticizing China. We have a social credit system in America."  Another user tweeted, "It’s finally happened here in the US. The social credit score ruling was applied to his ability to do business. If the powers that be can raid Trump’s home and wokism can cancel Ye from his banking, we don’t stand a chance."

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