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Skechers escorted Kanye West from its premises in Los Angeles after he “showed up unannounced and uninvited” – with Madame Tussauds removing his wax work of the controversial rapper from public view.

A growing number of companies are distancing themselves from the award-winning musician – who has legally changed his name to Ye – after he made anti-Semitic remarks.

In a statement, the American shoe company said West showed up at one of its offices and then engaged in “unauthorized filming.”

Executives kicked him out of the building after a “brief conversation,” and a statement added, “Skechers does not contemplate or intend to work with West.

“We condemn his recent divisive remarks and do not condone anti-Semitism or any other form of hate speech.”

It comes days later adidas has ended its lucrative partnership with West – and announced that production of the popular Yeezy line would cease immediately.

Meanwhile, a Madame Tussauds spokesperson said: “Ye’s figure has been removed from the floor of the attraction in our records.

“Every profile deserves their place at Madame Tussauds London and we listen to our guests and the audience about who they expect to see at the attraction.”

The figurine was originally launched at the museum in 2015 alongside a waxwork by his then-wife, Kim Kardashian.

Over the past few days, Kardashian and her family members have called for an end to “terrible violence and hateful rhetoric” toward the Jewish community.

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West was ranked 1,513 on Forbes’ rich list earlier this year and was valued at £1.7billion due to his fashion labels and his deal with adidas.

But the sportswear brand’s decision to end the partnership means West is no longer a billionaire, with his net worth falling to £344million.

Apparel company Gap Inc, which ended its partnership with West in September, is also taking immediate action to remove Yeezy Gap products from its stores.

The CAA talent agency and the Balenciaga fashion house also cut ties with the 45-year-old – and a completed documentary about West has been set aside.

Spotify chief executive Daniel Ek ha ds West’s comments were “awful”, but his music would remain on the platform.

Skechers escorts Kanye West off his property after he shows up uninvited – as Tussauds chops up wax work

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