The brand Yeezy has ended its partnership with the retailer following their initial intentions to " disrupt retail" by launching the Yeezy Gap line, according to Kanye's lawyer Nicholas Gravante Jr.

The lawyer stated in an email to E! News that the move came following the departure of GAP Kanye in the position of having

"no choice but to terminate their collaboration agreement because of GAP's substantial noncompliance."

"Ye had diligently tried to work through these issues with GAP both directly and through counsel. He has gotten nowhere." Gravante wrote.

"GAP's substantial non-compliance with its contractual obligations has been costly. Ye will now promptly move forward to make up for a lost time by opening Yeezy retail stores."

Kanye appeared on CNBC's "Closing Bell" in September. 15 about announcing his decision to stop his relationship with the company over the issues he claimed were price issues with products,

the lack of availability of Yeezy Gap stores, and not keeping to contractual obligations. Kanye's "I Love It" rapper claimed to be an individual who could have assisted Gap 

"They have one individual on the planet that could save the Gap," Kanye spoke to CNBC's Sara Eisen and asked "Who is that?"

"I'm asking you who do you think it is," Kanye said. "Sometimes the answer is sitting right in front of you."