Kanye West Sued For Not Paying His Production Crew 1 Billion Dollars
Ye and Live Nation are purportedly blamed for neglecting to pay a portion of the team behind the production.
Kanye West is being sued over his 2019 show, Nebuchadnezzar. Staff employed for the production recorded a $1 million class-activity suit against West blaming him for “unpaid wages” and that’s only the tip of the iceberg, The Blast reports.
Live Nation was likewise named in the revealed protest, which asserts that West and the extra litigants who “managed, controlled and ran the production” neglected to give pay nails, notwithstanding neglecting to “pay the lowest pay permitted by law and additional time.”
The records supposedly guarantee that “handfuls” of individuals employed for the production, including a hair aide and foundation entertainers “proceeding as crowd individuals,” either didn’t get sufficient remuneration in an opportune way, or didn’t get paid by any means.
West still can’t seem to freely react to the claim.
Held at the Hollywood Bowl, and set in sixth century B.C., West’s Nebuchadnezzar was portrayed as a combination of gospel, compelling artwork, and show that facilitated his “duty to the two his confidence and ever-extending melodic palette.”
This article was first distributed by VIBE