Ye paid former employee settlement because of anti-Semitic language
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Ye paid former employee settlement because of anti-Semitic language

Ye paid former employee

Ye paid former employee – Ye has paid a settlement to a former employee who claimed the rapper had used anti-Semitic language during work meetings. That reports NBC Newson the basis of documents. Ye would make anti-Semitic remarks for much longer, six people who had experienced him at work told the American news channel.

Ye has made several statements since October 9 that can be interpreted as hate speech and incitement to violence against Jews. In recent weeks, controversy has arisen over these statements. But the rapper would use anti-Semitic language for much longer, writesNBC News.

The employee to whom Ye paid the settlement claimed to have witnessed multiple incidents in which the rapper praised Adolf Hitler or Nazis at a work meeting. Ye denied this according to NBC News in the affected agreement.

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Ye paid former employee

The six people who told their story to the American channel stated that they heard him talk about “conspiracy theories about Jewish people” or hear him praise Adolf Hitler. Representatives of the artist have not yet responded to a request for comment.

Artist Ryder Ripps, who occasionally worked with the artist between 2014 and 2018, told NBC News that Ye spoke positively multiple times “about Hitler and the Nazis or anti-Jewish conspiracies” at meetings in the summer and fall of 2018. Ripps called this “dangerous, disgusting and actually violent”.

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