“This morning, after discussion with our filmmakers and distribution partners, we made the decision not to proceed with any distribution for our recently completed documentary about Kanye West. We cannot support any content that amplifies his platform,” they wrote.

“Kanye is a producer and sampler of music. Last week he sampled and remixed a classic tune that has charted for over 3000 years — the lie that Jews are evil and conspire to control the world for their own gain.”

MRC is far from the first company to distance itself from Yeezy. Balenciaga, CAA and Vogue have all severed ties and promised not to do business with him going forward. Def Jam has also clarified that Ye and his G.O.O.D. Music imprint no longer operates under the Universal Music Group umbrella.

Adidas announced on Tuesday (October 25) it had terminated its contract with Kanye, and Gap reportedly vowed to remove all Yeezy Gap products from their store as it shut down the YEEZY Gap website.

“Adidas does not tolerate antisemitism and any other sort of hate speech,” the adidas statement read. “Ye’s recent comments and actions have been unacceptable, hateful and dangerous, and they violate the company’s values of diversity and inclusion, mutual respect and fairness.

“After a thorough review, the company has taken the decision to terminate the partnership with Ye immediately, end production of Yeezy branded products and stop all payments to Ye and his companies. adidas will stop the adidas Yeezy business with immediate effect.”

However, Netflix confirmed amid the backlash that the Coodie Simmons-directed three-part Jeen-Yuhs documentary about Kanye would remain on the streaming platform for the time being.