Kanye West Allegedly Wanted To Cage Students At Donda Academy According To Lawsuit

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE – OCTOBER 12: Kanye West, Kid Rock, and Ray J attend the “The Greatest Lie Ever Sold” Premiere Screening on October 12, 2022 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Jason Davis/Getty Images for DailyWire+)

Kanye West, also known as Ye, is facing serious allegations stemming from a lawsuit filed by former Donda Academy employee Trevor Phillips and others. The suit, lodged in Los Angeles, paints a troubling picture of West’s behavior within the institution. It accuses him of discriminatory practices against Black staff members and threatening extreme measures against students.

Phillips asserts that West exhibited preferential treatment towards white employees while subjecting Black staff to harsh treatment. The lawsuit outlines a toxic work environment where West allegedly screamed and berated Black employees. However, this contrasted sharply with his demeanor towards their white counterparts.

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Among the most alarming claims in the lawsuit are West’s statements expressing admiration for Adolf Hitler. He also desired to implement draconian measures at the school, including shaving students’ heads and confining them in cages. The lawsuit further alleges that West engaged in inappropriate behavior, such as simulating masturbation during a meeting with Phillips.

Financial impropriety is also alleged in the lawsuit. West is accused of misappropriating $2 million of the school’s budget for a personal trip to Paris. Furthermore, Phillips claims that West compelled employees to undertake renovations without proper permits, exposing them to legal risks.

The lawsuit documents instances of verbal abuse and threats directed at Phillips. In one particularly distressing incident, West allegedly launched into an expletive-laden tirade against Phillips, threatening him with physical violence.

Despite these serious allegations, representatives for West and Donda Academy have yet to comment on the lawsuit. Phillips is seeking at least $35,000 in damages for whistleblower retaliation, workplace discrimination based on race, and other grievances.

These allegations add to an already troubled history surrounding Donda Academy, with previous lawsuits alleging a litany of misconduct, including restrictive lunch policies and arbitrary bans on items like chairs and artwork. However, a lawyer for West has vehemently denied these claims, asserting that the school’s positive experiences have been overshadowed by baseless accusations.

As the legal proceedings unfold, the spotlight remains firmly fixed on West and Donda Academy, with the outcome of the lawsuit likely to have far-reaching implications for both the embattled rapper and the institution he founded.