Adding to the long list of allegations against Kanye West are the pointed fingers that say the shared explicit videos and pictures of Kim Kardashian to his former employees.
Yes, we’re all letting out a deep sigh of frustration now.
An article by Rolling Stone magazine set to share insight on Kanye’s questionable leadership; detailing how Ye had used ‘mind games’, bullying and porn to control former Yeezy staff members per their claims.
In the piece, the employees spoke out about the treatment, with only one opting to have their name published (Pete Fox, former Yeezy president).
“In high fashion, there’s a lot of sexy, controversial things that maybe they reference or look at, as opposed to a company like Adidas where you would never show any nudity in a mood board,” Fox said.
Ye was accused of showing Kim’s intimate to the staff content by both former Yeezy and Adidas colleagues, as well as a batch of sex tapes he’d made with other partners.
He was also accused of showing a new hire an intimate photo of Kim in 2018, under the sentiment “my wife just sent me this.”
An open letter by the former staffers shared that they had turned their “moral compass off” despite being aware of the behaviour.
Moreover, West was accused of “predacious behaviour toward women.”
Those voiced in the open letter indicate that the toxic behaviour started as soon as the Adidas partnership did; raising the flags as to how much of a hold it seemed Ye had on all those who created alongside him.
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