Ye, who once vouched to protect his ex-wife’s dignity by retrieving a copy of Kim Kardashian’s decade-old sex tape, certainly crossed some boundaries. After Adidas severed ties with the rapper following his anti-Semitic rants, many former “Yeezy” employees came forward and made some nasty claims against Ye. From showing off his ex-wife’s explicit images to playing videos of her private parts, employees termed Kanye’s moves as an “intimidation tactic.”
Multiple Employees Confirm Allegations…
Nothing scathing about Ye surprises me anymore. In a recent Rolling Stone report published on Tuesday (Nov. 22), an anonymous young creative claimed that West forced him to see an explicit picture of Kim Kardashian (41) during his job interview in 2018. “My wife just sent me this,” the “Heartless” rapper allegedly told him while pulling up a “very revealing and personal” photo of the reality star.
Another former employee recalled a similar incident when Kanye intentionally played a private video of Kim Kardashian in front of him. A third person also confirmed that Kanye deliberately introduced him to Kim’s personal pictures. They claimed that West was “not afraid to show explicit images or talk about situations that should be kept private.”
Such incidents were previously detailed in an open letter titled “The Truth About Yeezy: A Call to Action for Adidas Leadership,” on which this report is based. In the said letter, several high-profile Yeezy employees slammed Adidas executives for turning off their “moral compass” and “allegedly allowing West to create an “abusive” company culture”.
An Addiction For Porn…
Kanye West may have confessed to his addiction to porn previously, but who knew he’d force it at work. Previously he stated that this addiction “destroyed” his family. “Hollywood is a giant brothel Pornography destroyed my family I deal with the addiction Instagram promotes it Not gonna let it happen to Northy and Chicago,” the rapper previously in a since-deleted Instagram post.
However, he took this addiction to work as well. If you remember, Kanye released a 30-minute documentary on YouTube wherein he showed Adidas executives porn. This “problematic behaviour” was a common affair when asked by several insiders. In the Fisheye-lens footage, Ye was seen tilting his phone horizontally as many uncomfortable businessmen were made to watch obscene videos.
“Is this a porn movie?” one of them asked, to which West replied, “Yeah.” “Jesus Christ,” one of the men, however, his face was blurred in the documentary. “Come on, man. Come on,” a man tried to push the phone away as West tried to force the employee into watching it.
Not only this, but former employees claimed that the “Donda” rapper even played his own sex tapes. “I feel it was a tactic to break a person down and establish their unwavering allegiance to him, testing and destroying people’s boundaries,” one person said, while another claimed that “West specifically targeted female employees”. The report also narrates how Ye used porn, bullying and mind games to control his staff.
These allegations come after Kanye has been cancelled by most of the big companies. Big names like French fashion house Balenciaga, Adidas, Gap and most recently, Foot Lockers cut all professional ties with Kanye, giving him a nasty financial blow. Now, he’s lost his self-respect too. However, neither Kanye nor Kim have responded to requests for comments on these allegations.