Kanye West's Yeezy clothing line is cut off from JP Morgan Chase

US banking giant JP Morgan Chase has decided to cut ties with rapper Kanye West and his fashion brand Yeezy.

In a letter shared on social media, the US banking giant gave the controversial star 60 days to move his business elsewhere.

Conservative commentator Candice Owens wrote to Mr. West (now legally going by the name "Ye") a letter from the bank telling him that he would no longer do business with him. posted on Twitter.

West has faced a major backlash in recent weeks. His Twitter and Instagram accounts were suspended over the weekend after he posted anti-Semitic messages.

The phrase "White Lives Matter" is an appropriation of the slogan "Black Lives Matter", used to protest racial injustice, discrimination and police brutality.

He then said in a Bloomberg interview in September that he was ending his relationship with his corporate partner, stating, "It's time for me to go alone."

The father of four is "the richest black man in American history, in which he invested $140 million in JP Morgan," before ending the interview by saying "we'll talk about it another time." added.