Rapper, Yeezy founder, and Keeping Up With The Kardashians star Kanye West was sued by a choir that performed on his Sunday Service initiative.
Rapper, Yeezy founder, and Keeping Up With The Kardashians star Kanye West was sued by a choir that performed on his Sunday Service initiative. No sooner than he lost his presidential bid, Kanye West had to deal with a lawsuit for nonpayment of wages. Here’s what we know about the choir members behind that lawsuit.
Last month, the Yeezy founder was accused of owing overtime funds for a staff team that was hired to work on his first Sunday Service event. This particular performance was based on the king of Babylon, a biblical figure. The event was held at the Hollywood Bowl and was produced by Live Nation. However, following the highly-publicized event, certain contract workers complained about not receiving their overtime pay. The show had taken weeks to organize and reportedly had a number of last-minute changes due to Kanye West’s perfectionist tendencies. As a result, over a dozen employees reported that they were never paid for their services. And now, an official lawsuit has been filed.