Kanye West showed team explicit images of Kim Kardashian say claims

‘Porn addict’ Kanye West showed his Yeezy team explicit images of Kim Kardashian according to bombshell new claims: Ex-staff also say he ‘bullied and intimidated to get what he wanted’ but Adidas bosses ‘turned their moral compass off’

  • Images and videos of ex-wife Kardashian shared with workers, reports say
  • Pornography featured as constant theme with West at Yeezy, ex-workers claim
  • Adidas execs were aware of West’s behavior but turned blind eye, according to claims in explosive open letter 

Kanye West used pornography as a way to intimidate employees of Adidas and Yeezy, including photos and videos of ex-wife Kim Kardashian, an explosive open letter to Adidas executives claims.

The letter from former members of West’s Yeezy fashion brand also accuses Adidas bosses of turning ‘their moral compass off’ amid the self-confessed porn addict’s alleged spree of inappropriate behavior.

A number of damning claims in a report published by Rolling Stone say that West culminated a ‘sexualized’ atmosphere in which pornography was a constant feature, and often made explicit remarks to female Yeezy and Adidas staffers.

Kanye West attends the WSJ Magazine 2019 Innovator Awards at MOMA on Nov. 6, 2019, in New York

Reality TV star Kim Kardashian and musician Kanye West split last year after six years of marriage 

West told a female Adidas employee in China ‘I want you to make me a shoe I can f*ck,’ while he also often played porn videos to colleagues – including home-made videos of himself and former wife Kardashian – the report claims.

Yeezy was a multi-billion-dollar fashion collaboration between West and Adidas which was terminated in October following a number of public anti-semantic rants from the musician.

The open letter was sent by former Yeezy employees to Adidas executives on Tuesday, accusing West of cultivating a ‘toxic and chaotic’ work environment, as well as ‘a very sick pattern of predacious behavior toward women,’ Rolling Stone reported.

The publication also received several claims of incidents in which West appeared to use pornography as a tool to bully and intimidate staff, including incidents in which he would play pornography during meetings. 

Former Yeezy president Pete Fox told Rolling Stone: ‘Steve Jobs or Elon Musk … they were responsible to shareholders; Kanye 100 percent owns his brands – he can do whatever he wants, and we’re just there to serve at his pleasure.’

In 2019, West admitted to being a porn addict, saying: ‘For me, Playboy was my gateway into full on pornography addiction. My dad had a Playboy left out at age five and it’s affected almost every choice I made for the rest of my life.

‘From age five till now, having to kick the habit and it just presents itself in the open like it’s OK and I stand up and say, ‘No, it’s not OK’.’

A video was shared by West last month apparently showing him sharing a porn movie on his phone with Adidas execs.

In the 30-minute long video, entitled Last Week, the rapper meets with Adidas executives whose faces are blurred out.

West could be seen meeting in a plain room surrounded by men on stools, apparently wearing Adidas sneakers, as he shows them something on his phone.

Eventually one of the men asks: ‘Is this a porn movie?’ to which West responds, ‘Yeah.’

Soon, the executive tries to swipe Kanye’s hand away and tells him to ‘come on.’  

Following the termination of his Yeezy partnership, West could lose his billionaire status after also being dropped by a number of other partners, including Gap and Balenciaga.

His deal with Adidas was worth around $1.5 billion a year, netting the star around $220 million annually.

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