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Kanye West Announces Upcoming Launch of 'Yeezy Porn' Site through Provocative Tweet - Tweet has been deleted!



** Since this article was written - Kayne’s tweet is no longer available.


Kanye West, now going by the moniker "Ye," seems to have given credence to reports suggesting his involvement in establishing a pornography studio.


Initial reports by TMZ on Tuesday (April 23) indicated that the controversial rapper was in discussions to launch an adult entertainment division under his Yeezy brand, alongside Mike Moz, former husband of Stormy Daniels.


On Wednesday, West shared a cryptic video on Twitter/X with a date and caption hinting at the emergence of "Yeezy Porn."


Accompanying the video is a female narrator's voice prompting viewers to visit Yeezy.com.


However, as of the latest update, the website does not seem to feature any explicit content.


A spokesperson for West previously confirmed to TMZ his unwavering commitment to the project, which could potentially debut this summer. Despite attempts to reach out, representatives for both West and Moz have not responded to requests for comment from The Independent.


Yeezy, initially a collaborative fashion venture between West and Adidas, gained immense popularity with its line of sneakers and apparel.


However, in October 2022, Adidas severed ties with West following his series of antisemitic remarks in the media.


During a business meeting captured on film, West shocked Adidas executives by playing a pornographic video on his phone, which led to discomfort and disbelief among the attendees.

Former Adidas employees later revealed in a Rolling Stone expose that such incidents were commonplace when West was present in the offices.


This latest venture may come as a surprise to some, given West's previous acknowledgment of the detrimental effects of pornography addiction, which he claimed had negatively impacted his family.


Amidst legal battles related to his antisemitic behavior, including lawsuits alleging discrimination and unsafe working conditions, West faces mounting challenges.


In February, West alleged that Adidas was suing him for an additional $250 million, adding to his legal woes.

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