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How porn destroyed my family – Kanye West

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Kanye West has once again revealed that the use of porn destroyed his family.

The entertainer, in a tweet on Friday morning, said: “The use of Porn destroyed my family but Jesus will heal everything.”

This is coming a few days after Kim Kardashian and the rapper reached a divorce agreement.

Per the agreement, Kardashian will receive $200,000 per month in child support from West, who last year legally changed his name to Ye, and share joint custody of their four children.

Former employees of Yeezy and Adidas have also claimed that the rapper showed their staffers porn and explicit images of ex-wife Kim Kardashian to control them.

Rolling Stone reported that Former Yeezy and Adidas employees said that West used intimidation tactics with the staff of his fashion empire that was provocative, frequently sexualized, and often directed toward women.

The staffers also claimed that he played pornography to the staff in meetings; discussed porn and showed an intimate photograph of Kim Kardashian in job interviews; and showed explicit video and photos of Kardashian as well as his own sex tapes to Yeezy team members, the report said.

The former senior employee claims to have seen West play porn videos in meetings at least five times.

An open letter by prominent former members of the Yeezy team said that the leaders from Adidas were aware of West’s “problematic behaviour” but “turned their moral compass off.”

Pete Fox, former president of Yeezy told Rolling Stone that West used to bond one-on-one with the “misfits” and “art nerds” of Yeezy’s startup days. “If he likes you and wants you on the team, he’s super-charming,” Fox explains, adding: “If he didn’t like you or if something happened, he’d fly off the handle and it’d be over.”

Mr Fox also revealed that they never saw porn together but they looked at things together that would be surprising to people. “In high fashion, there’s a lot of sexy, controversial things that maybe they reference or look at, as opposed to a company like Adidas where you would never show any nudity in a mood board.”

 

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