Kanye West Sued Over Appalling Allegations From His Time At Donda Academy

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Kanye West allegedly had some odd plans for students who attended his short-lived Donda Academy.

According to a report TMZ published on Tuesday, April 2, Trevor Phillips, a former employee of the Yeezy organization, filed a lawsuit against the problematic VULTURES artist for discrimination, harassment, hostile work environment and other offenses. Phillips explained that he was initially hired in late 2022 to grow cotton for Ye's fashion line, but later started working at now-defunct Donda Academy. The former employee said he witnessed Ye spew antisemitic views around employees and children. He also claimed Ye wanted to shave students' heads and put them in jail cells.

Ye allegedly spoke about the wild plans during a meeting in front of several employees and at least two children. The "Carnival" rapper also claimed he wanted to install a jail at the school and lock students up behind bars. Phillips also recalled one instance where he met the veteran artist at the Nobu Hotel in Malibu. According to the suit, Ye allegedly complained that Batman wasn't playing in the room they were in. Thats when he reportedly said, "These Jews are greedy... Hitler was great" and "He's the reason we have cars."

The former employee also accused Kanye West of having a wild porn addiction. Not only did Ye claim he "used to have orgies everyday," but the artist also allegedly told Phillips that he pleasures himself often. As if that wasn't enough, Ye also allegedly bullied Black employees and claimed he was going to start attacking the LGBTQ community.

"Gay people are not true Christians," Ye allegedly said. "And gay people are controlled by Bill Gates so that they don't have children for population control."

As of this report, Ye's team has not responded to the lawsuit. It's the second known lawsuit that's filed against Ye over his private school. Last year, educator Cecilia Hailey sued West due to an array of issues that plagued the school as well as wrongful termination due to retaliation and race.

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