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Kanye's Crazy Meltdown Causing Him To Lose Out On BILLION DOLLAR Business Deal!

Jun. 21 2017, Published 9:58 a.m. ET

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Kanye West's epic meltdown last year has cost him millions – and not just from canceling his tour.

RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned Yeezy's not been the same since that fateful hospitalization, and it's jeopardizing a megabucks deal with Adidas.

"Kanye has been dragging his heels on the next phase of his deal with Adidas a contract that was renewed and expanded over a year ago, which would give him fully Kanye-branded storefronts in Adidas shops worldwide," a source confessed.

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The plan to was to eventually branch out into having his own Yeezy STORES.

"It would make him a billionaire in a few years, but for some reason he's not even started work on it," the source added. "Adidas has already experimented with transforming portions of their shops into 100% Yeezy merchandise, and it's worked fine, but the plan to build entire storefronts around Kanye hasn't come together yet, and that's because Kanye is taking his time with it."

Adidas execs don't even know where they would put the first store.

And the source adds that wife Kim Kardashian and her mom Kris Jenner are furious about this!

"There's always a lot going out, but not much coming in when it comes to Kanye," the source revealed. "But he's too fragile still to address the problem."

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