Kanye West’s ‘Power’ song loses power – Pregame song cancelled by The Premiere League Club

NEW YORK, NY - JUNE 01: Kanye West presents the Fashion Icon Award to Pharrell Williams onstage at the 2015 CFDA Fashion Awards at Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center on June 1, 2015 in New York City. (Photo by Michael Loccisano/Getty Images)

Following Kanye West’s recent anti-Semitic remarks, “Power” will not be played before AFC Bournemouth games this season.

The Premier League club has decided to discontinue the pregame song.

According to The Athletic, the team made this decision this week, following in the footsteps of other major organizations that have severed ties with the musician due to his recent, extremely insulting remarks.

For years, the Cherries had performed the song before games, rushing onto English soccer grounds to the tune as stadiums erupted in cheers.

There is no word yet on what song will replace the Ye beat. West’s departure comes after Adidas, T.J. Maxx, and Balenciaga severed ties with him and just days after Jaylen Brown and Aaron Donald left his Donda Sports agency.

Meanwhile, Kanye West is moving quickly to find a new home for his Yeezy sneakers, visiting Skechers headquarters in an attempt to speak with company executives but was turned down. This comes after he and Adidas severed ties.

It’s strange for him to think Skechers will accept him now that so many large organizations have made it clear that being associated with him is bad business.

According to sources familiar with Ye’s visit, the singer arrived at the company’s headquarters in Manhattan Beach, California, on Wednesday morning, although there was no scheduled meeting with management. Skechers claims that the rapper showed up unannounced and uninvited. After a conversation, two Skechers executives escorted Ye and his companions out of the building due to unauthorized filming.

The singer’s career is rapidly deteriorating. Kanye West is no longer a member of the ten-figure club; he has lost a fortune due to Adidas’ decision to terminate their agreement and other partnerships that have ended.

On Tuesday, Forbes reported that Ye had lost his billionaire status after Adidas terminated its contract with him. Although Adidas may not have sunk billions on its own, Forbes notes that Adidas was a HUGE portion of his wealth and the final nail in the coffin. Rather, it is the result of several transactions, including Gap, that has recently failed.

According to Forbes, most of Kanye’s wealth is currently derived from a few sources, including real estate, liquid cash, music collection, and a less than 5% stake in Kim Kardashian’s Skims company.