At Kanye West’s Donda Academy, classes have ended.
Following the rapper’s repeated anti-Semitic outbursts, the Los Angeles private school is closed for the remainder of the academic year, according to TMZ on Thursday, citing an email issued to parents on Wednesday by principal Jason Angell.
The email said that “our leadership team will be working carefully to help all families during this transition, ensuring that every scholar has everything they need to flourish in their next community promptly and graciously.”
According to Angell, the academy plans to “begin over” in September, who stated that the closure would take effect on Thursday.
The 45-year-old West launched the academy earlier this year and gave it his mother’s name.
This week’s developments in the West story have included the talent agency CAA dropping him as a client and Adidas terminating its relationship with the rapper, who created well-known footwear and apparel through his “Yeezy” collaboration.