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Kanye West Parts Way With Chief Of Staff Milo Yiannopoulos Over ‘Yeezy Porn’

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Kanye West Parts Way With Chief Of Staff Milo Yiannopoulos Over ‘Yeezy Porn'

Kanye West’s Chief Of Staff Milo Yiannopoulos Resigns Over ‘Yeezy Porn’

Last month, Kanye West made controversial headlines following announcement that he’s launching Yeezy P*rn. However, it appears not everyone on his team wants to be part of this new chapter.

According to report reaching us at Dreddsworld, Ye has parted ways with his longtime Yeezy chief of staff Milo Yiannopoulos, in a rumored mass exodus at the company.

The 39 year old resigned and walked away from the rapper and business mogul after over 2 years of partnership. His resignation was over Kanye’s latest plans to venture into the p*rn industry.

Kanye West’s Chief Of Staff Milo Yiannopoulos Resigns Over ‘Yeezy Porn'

“I wish Ye every success in the future. I have some concerns about his new team, and hope he proceeds with caution,” Milo Yiannopoulos shared with TMZ.

Milo detailed concerns over West’s plans to launch a “Yeezy Porn” studio in his resignation letter. “I cannot be complicit in the production or dissemination of pornographic films and literature, for moral and religious reasons,” he wrote.

Milo continued, “But also because such material and the kind of people invariably involved in its production represent an imminent danger to my life as a recovering addict and an unacceptable risk to my spiritual and physical health as a former homosexual.

“I tender my resignation. I will deliver an orderly handover by Friday, May 31, 2024, or the first pornography shoot, whichever is sooner. If, at some time in the future, the company publicly and permanently abandons any plan to produce, distribute, or profit from obscene content, it would be an honor to serve you again,” he added.

We also gathered that it’s not just the rapper’s chief of staff who is leaving the company. Several key staffers have reportedly exited in past weeks, though their reasons are unclear.

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