You he started 2022 as a billionaire, but the end looks different. The artist has lost Yeezy deals with Gap, Balenciaga, and Adidas in the past few months. He would have faced public scrutiny over anti-Semitic comments and a $25 million lawsuit from George Floyd’s family. Then, there is the loss of his wealth which is rarely experienced – becoming a multi-billionaire.
In another unfortunate development, the former Mr. West recently revealed that the IRS has his bank accounts in a multi-million dollar chokehold. Before abruptly ending a recent podcast appearance, Ye said the Internal Revenue Service had deposited $75 million into his accounts.
He told Time Pool, the founder of the right-wing podcast Timcast IRL, that his financial advisers informed him of the problem. They say they discovered the plot to put him in jail the morning of the podcast taping.
“So they froze, they deposited $75 million into my four accounts,” Ye said. “Then he said that you owe a lot of tax. It took me six hours to figure out how much ‘too much’ was. They said, about $50 million. “
Later, Ye said he asked about the chance to compete in prison. They found that the answer was yes, with the help of the legal experts interviewed Inside. Singer and producer recently cv b
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Who Comes Out Following the Question of Anti-Semitism
During the interview, Ye admitted that there are not many “world’s best financial man” and asked his CFOs for advice on tax evasion after the news.
You explained that when he became famous, he was 24 and “Stopped growing” in other places because he had helpers and his mother in doing business.
“It was always like you went from one agent to another, to another, to another. So now I have – I can learn how to run a company,” Ye said. I learn how to count, you know, really count. I was like Pablo in the movie, it was like I don’t know where to put the money, and I’m making 300 million dollars, but you’re just like high-priced… you know we don’t use the s-word because it’s so passé. “
Later in the interview, anti-Semitism took the topic of discussion.
“You know coming here, I feel like I’m setting it up as a defense…I’m not going to go through it again…you know, you can’t say it was the Jews who did this when every smart person knows…Jon Stuart knows what happened to me. And they took it too far,” You said.
A few minutes later, he exited the podcast as the podcast hosts and guests continued the conversation. The moment is just the latest in a series of questions that have dogged the rapper—his origins Drink Champs the appearance of comments and paparazzi.