'My wife just sent me this': Kanye West allegedly showed porn and explicit pics of Kim Kardashian to staffers
Former employees also said that Kanye West would frequently display pornographic materials, including his own sex tapes
HIDDEN HILLS, CALIFORNIA: Kanye West has had an increasingly troubled relationship with his ex-wife Kim Kardashian. From slamming her for her relationship with ex-bf Pete Davidson to her parenting skills for their children, the rapper has been on a spree. Now his former employees claim that the rapper used porn and explicit photographs of ex-wife Kim as an "intimidation tactic."
Over a year after Kim Kardashian initially filed documents to break their marriage on February 19, 2021, it is said that Kanye West is prepared to settle their divorce. The filing of a "declaration of disclosure" by Kanye's attorney, per the reports, indicates that their legal matter is about to be resolved.
One young creative alleged that during a 2018 job interview, West gave him an explicit picture of the reality TV star, 41, according to a damning Rolling Stone article that was published on Tuesday, November 22. The disgraced rapper allegedly told him, while pulling up a "very revealing and personal" picture of Kardashian on his phone, saying, "My wife just sent me this."
West, 43, allegedly showed an explicit video of Kardashian to the Yeezy creative team in 2021, according to at least one other former worker. A third person who was questioned about West allegedly revealing pictures of the Skims founder appeared to confirm the claims. West was alleged "not afraid to show explicit images or talk about situations that should be kept private," according to their allegation. These instances were also covered in an open letter published by Rolling Stone titled 'The Truth About Yeezy: A Call to Action for Adidas Leadership.'
High-ranking Yeezy workers criticized Adidas management for reportedly shutting off their "moral compass" and letting West establish an "abusive" workplace culture, as per reports from Page Six. Employees said that West's 30-minute YouTube documentary, in which he showed Adidas executives porn, gave the public just a taste of his bad conduct. Insiders claimed that this was a typical occurrence.
The 45-year-old was seen in the Fisheye-lens footage holding his phone horizontally in front of the uneasy businessmen while a video was playing. “Is this a porn movie?” one of them asked, to which West replied, “Yeah.” One of the men, whose face was "blurred" out, said, "Jesus Christ." West urged them to continue watching, but the man pushed the phone away and screamed, "Come on, man. Come on."
Former workers also told the publication that West would frequently display pornographic materials, including his own sex tapes. One source said, "I feel it was a tactic to break a person down and establish their unwavering allegiance to him, testing and destroying people’s boundaries," while another said West targeted female employees in particular.