H&M has been under fire from every direction after the retail giant featured a black child model wearing a hoodie emblazoned with the words “Coolest Monkey in the Jungle” on the company’s online store.

While the clothing brand has since removed the ad and issued a public apology, they’ve been slammed by several notable figures including LeBron James, T.I., and The Weeknd, who announced via Twitter on Monday that he was breaking off his collaboration with H&M. Turns out he’s not the only celebrity to cut ties over the offensive sweater ad. On Tuesday, rapper G-Eazy took to Twitter to reveal he’s also ceased working with the brand.