Kanye West says he is ending his tumultuous two-year collaboration with the Gap.
In a statement released on Thursday, West's attorney,
Nicholas Gravante, claimed that the retailer had broken.
their agreement by failing to open branded Yeezy stores and
distribute his merchandise as originally.
West claims that as a result, the rapper was left with "no choice but to end their collaboration."
Gravante, who co-chairs the litigation team at Cadwalader,
Wickersham & Taft, concluded that Gap's significant noncompliance.
Its contractual commitments had been expensive. Now Yeezy retail locations.
have been opened, Ye will press ahead quickly to make up for lost time.