Kanye West‘s reputation and business have suffered greatly following his outlandish antics last year, including making anti-semitic comments and praising Hitler — now it’s being reported that one of his million-dollar homes is rotting away.
The U.S. Sun reports that Kanye’s Yeezy Construction Inc., which he founded last August, while in Wyoming, was quietly dissolved in November.
As reported by The Sun, Yeezy halted the project, removing contractors from the site. Now the Japanese-inspired property, according to an insider, has been completely gutted mid-renovation.
As of today, all that remains is the concrete shell and rusting balconies, while utility pipes have been left abandoned underneath the property alongside the beach.
The trendy home was purchased by the Chicago mogul in 2021, and designed by celebrated architect Tadao Ando. The property was supposedly meant to be “part house, part sculpture.”
Kanye West has apparently relocated to a new base in Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles.
It seems that Kanye’s financial and business woes keep piling up these days. Recently, he was hit with a $2million lawsuit by his former partner, Gap Inc., over an alleged breach of contract.
According to Radar Online, Gap was sued by a commercial company Art City Center in October 2022 because of alleged changes made to a downtown Los Angeles building by Ye, who was utilizing the space for his Yeezy clothing line while at Gap. Gap began a lease with Art City Center in April 2021 and the lease ended in March 2022.
Per court documents, Gap said they would pay $104,666,67 per month for rent and $8,333 for parking. However, the agreement stated that they could not make any changes to the space without prior approval. However, “numerous, significant, unapproved modifications” were allegedly made to the building.
So far, Gap has denied all wrongdoing but they believe Kanye should pay the $2million since he allegedly caused the damages.