Kanye West Accused Of Paying A Settlement To An Ex-Employee Who Claimed He Praised Hitler

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As the fallout from Kanye West’s anti-Semitic remarks continues, things have taken yet another turn.

The rapper’s statements have sparked backlash, prompting former employees to speak out.

According to Business Insider, one of them, who signed a nondisclosure agreement, was allegedly paid a settlement after claiming West made anti-Jewish remarks at work.

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According to reports, West denied their claims.


According to the outlet, six more people have come forward with accusations, claiming to have worked with or been in professional settings with West.

Some of the allegations are from his past, dating back seven years.

While the former employee who filed the accusation against West about allegedly being pro-Hitler wishes to remain anonymous, Jewish Ryder Ripps backed it up with his own claims.

West made such remarks in the summer and fall of 2018, according to the conceptual artist.

West’s anti-Semitic remarks have had far-reaching consequences. In addition to being banned from Instagram and Twitter, he has lost his billionaire status, been dropped by adidas, GAP, and other companies, and the list goes on.

West’s fans created GoFundMe pages to get him back to his billion-dollar net worth. However, he reportedly didn’t accept any of the funds.

“Mr. Kanye West’s camp has declined the funds raised by this GoFundMe campaign. We’re excited to announce that they will instead be directed toward an outstanding charitable organization, Notes for Notes. In lieu of funding Mr. West’s artistic vision, 100% of the funds will be headed to young aspiring musicians hoping to fulfill their dreams,” a statement on the page read, according to Vibe.



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