Showing staff explicit pics of Kim Kardashian

While Kanye West enjoyed his return to Twitter by announcing Tuesday that he was visiting former President Trump at Mar-a-Lago, the rapper and fashion mogul was the subject of a devastating new report alleging that he regularly showed employees porn and explicit images of his ex-wife Kim Kardashian to assert dominance in the workplace.

Former staffers at Yeezy and Adidas, West’s former corporate partner, and other creative collaborators also claim he played pornography and videos of Kardashian in staff meetings, showed his own sex tapes to team members and discussed porn and showed intimate photos in job interviews, Rolling Stone reported. West used these frequently sexualized tactics to intimidate staff, while sometimes directing his bullying at women, Rolling Stone also said.

During a 2018 job interview in Chicago, one “young creative” said he walked into a room, where he found West dancing to his own music on full blast. When West finally turned his attention to the interview, he pulled out his phone and announced, “My wife just sent me this.” The creative told Rolling Stone that West showed him a “very revealing and personal” photo of Kardashian.

When interviewing a female shoe designer for a position at Yeezy’s Calabasas headquarters in 2018, West interrupted her presentation to give her advice that he often gave to staff, a former high-ranking employee told Rolling Stone. West said, “If you ever get stuck creatively, just watch porn for 10 minutes.”

When the woman tried to continue her presentation, West allegedly told her, “If you’re gonna be part of Yeezy, we say crazy (expletive) here. You gotta stick with it. We keep moving, and we keep creating.”

West has publicly referred to having a “full-on pornography addiction” that “destroyed my family,” Rolling Stone reported. But he also has spoken of using sex for inspiration in his designs, explaining to that shoe designer that getting edgy and engaging with explicit sexual imagery is necessary for the creative process.

“We create products of passion,” West said, according to the high-ranking employee. “I literally want to (expletive) my shoes. That’s how good they are.”

The Rolling Stone investigation comes at a yet another crisis time in West’s life — a month after Adidas severed ties with him due to his anti-Semitic rants. West also appears to be dealing with the emotional fall-out from his divorce from Kardashian while becoming even more of a pariah in many segments of popular culture.

However, West isn’t a social liability to everyone. Twitter’s new owner Elon Musk let the rapper back on the platform over the weekend, CNBC reported. West had been locked out of his account in October for posting a number of antisemitic remarks, which escalated into threatening and hateful comments about Jewish people. For his return to the platform Sunday, West tweeted out the Hebrew greeting “Shalom.”

On Tuesday, West boasted on Twitter that he was paying his first-ever visit Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Florida, presumably to pay respects to the leader who has inspired his embrace of incendiary right-wing politics. “Can’t believe I kept President Trump waiting,” West tweeted. “And I had on jeans. Yikes. What you guys think his response was when I asked him to be my running mate in 2024?”

The Rolling Stone report coincided with the release of an open letter from prominent former members of West’s Yeezy team. They insisted that Adidas was long aware of West’s “problematic behavior” but that its leaders “turned their moral compass off.” Rolling Stone said the letter raised questions about whether Adidas should have taken action against their corporate partner years ago.

Read original article here

Denial of responsibility! Bulletin Reporter is an automatic aggregator around the global media. All the content are available free on Internet. We have just arranged it in one platform for educational purpose only. In each content, the hyperlink to the primary source is specified. All trademarks belong to their rightful owners, all materials to their authors. If you are the owner of the content and do not want us to publish your materials on our website, please contact us by email – [email protected] bulletinreporter.com . The content will be deleted within 24 hours.

Leave a comment

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More