Kanye West is firing again at an ex-business supervisor, saying the contract he signed with the person isn’t enforceable partly as a result of he signed with out steering from a lawyer whereas he was ‘careworn’ throughout his divorce.
The documents filed by West and his Yeezy brand declare that on the time he signed a contract with enterprise supervisor Thomas St. John, West was “sleep-deprived, careworn, anxious, and beneath duress,” TTMZ studies.
West says he met St. John in March 2022 when St. John reached out to help him with the backlash that came from several social media meltdowns, studies TMZ.
The 45-year-old rapper and fashion designer agreed to place St. John on a $300,000 month-to-month retainer, which West allegedly didn’t pay.
Though West admits to signing the contract, he says he did so with out authorized counsel, and that his judgement was clouded by his divorce from then-wife Kim Kardashian.
West additionally factors to the “barebones” clause within the contract, which prevented the settlement from being terminated for the primary 18 months, basically conserving Ye’s funds flowing regardless of any work being executed or not.
The enterprise relationship solely ended up lasting three months, however West is reportedly fed up with the lawsuit from St. John, which seeks $5.4 million.
He’s now asking the decide to not solely tear up the agreed-to contract, however to even have St. John pay him again the $900,000 he’s already obtained from West.