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Kanye West Faces Lawsuit Over Alleged Exploitative Workplace Practices and Explicit Content


A recent lawsuit has been filed against Kanye West and his former chief of staff, Milo Yiannopoulos, accusing them of fostering a toxic work environment and engaging in exploitative practices. The lawsuit alleges that Kanye and Milo subjected their employees to forced labor, inhumane treatment, and discriminatory behavior, including referring to them as “new slaves.”

The lawsuit details how Kanye initiated the creation of the YZYVSN streaming service app in an attempt to promote his music independently. To develop the app, an international developer group, including underage teens as young as 14, was hired. Employees were reportedly coerced into signing non-disclosure agreements and “volunteer” agreements under threats of termination and non-payment.

Allegations include instances of racial discrimination, harassment, and bullying within the workplace, with managers using derogatory language towards employees based on their race, age, gender, and more. Additionally, Kanye’s wife, Bianca Censori, allegedly sent explicit content to staff members, including minors, during the development of an adult film business called “Yeezy Porn.”

Despite the employees’ hard work in completing the app, Kanye and Milo purportedly failed to compensate them, leading to the filing of the lawsuit seeking damages for unpaid wages, overtime pay, and emotional distress.

The lawsuit sheds light on the disturbing practices and behaviors within Kanye’s business operations, raising concerns about workplace ethics and employee well-being. As the legal proceedings unfold, the allegations against Kanye West and his associates continue to draw attention and scrutiny.

Written by:
Derek Chan


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