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Kanye can not be traced back to former business partner on charges |  show

Kanye can not be traced back to former business partner on charges | show

Kanye West’s former business partner has said in court that he is unable to track down the rapper because of the charges he has filed against him. This is according to a report that the sun Made from the respective case.

Thomas St. John, who is suing West in Los Angeles over the alleged non-payment of fees, told the court that he was unable to find an appropriate address to file the complaint. Pursuing the case required that the papers be delivered to the defendant in person or through a lawyer, but St. John would not have been able to track them down either.

Coverage of the case fueled online rumors that Kanye would be untraceable. He was last seen in public on December 14, when a photographer captured him leaving a Los Angeles church.

In the lawsuit, St. John accuses West of refusing to pay 18 months’ worth of fees after St. John was named his agent in March. St. John claims that when he confronted West about the monthly fee, the rapper became “fevered and aggressive” and began swearing at him.

Anti-Semitism of the Year

The international Jewish human rights organization, Simon Wiesenthal Center, announced today that Kanye Ye West has been named Anti-Semite of the Year. The rapper received the annual award for his repeated anti-Semitic remarks.

“The West, which calls itself Ye, is at the forefront not only in launching anti-Semitic statements and conspiracy theories, but also in using its massive social media platform to weaponize hatred, bigotry and ignorance,” the Jewish organization said, according to Belgian news. an agency.

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The rapper has been in the news several times recently due to his statements in interviews and on social media. For example, in a conversation with the far-right platform Infowars, he said that Adolf Hitler had done “good things” and that one should stop “insulting the Nazis.” Ye also reportedly shared a photo of a swastika on Twitter. So his account was suspended again.

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