When Kanye West Says He Can’t Wear Nike Shoes Because He’s Black
Kanye West says he cannot wear Nike shoes because he’s black, but not all of the athletes who compete in the Olympics have the same opinion.
The world champion swimmer and sprinter Ryan Lochte, who was born in Germany, has been criticized by others for not wearing the Nike shoes he wears during competitions.
Lochte is the son of Lochte family, and is a member of Team USA.
His father is an American, and he is an Olympian.
The US swimmer Ryan Lochtes family said in a statement that they are “heartbroken” at the criticism of their son.
Lochtes, a four-time Olympic medalist, has won gold in the 100-meter backstroke and the 200-meter butterfly.
The athlete has also won gold at the Paralympics, where he won the 100m butterfly in 2014.
The Olympic Swimming Association (USSA) is not the only athlete to make this statement.
Former Olympic freestyle swimmer John Anderson, who competed in the 2012 Summer Olympics, said he couldn’t wear his Nike shoes as he is white.
Anderson is also the son and grandson of the late legendary freestyle swimmers Bob and John Anderson.
Anderson said he does not feel comfortable with the company’s decision.
“I would rather have the freedom to go out and compete in my own shoes and have my own lifestyle,” Anderson said.
“My whole philosophy is just to get the best out of the opportunities I get and to do what I do best.”
This week, the USSA has released a statement on its website, in which the organization said that athletes in all of their disciplines can wear their own Nike footwear.
However, it did not say whether the USSF would accept athletes who are not black or white.
“The USSA is committed to creating an environment where all athletes have equal opportunity to compete, regardless of their race or color,” the statement read.
“This means including all athletes from all backgrounds in our sports programs.
The USA Swimming Foundation supports all athletes regardless of race or ethnicity, and encourages athletes to reach out to us to get involved.”