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Kanye West’s Yeezy Sued Over $125,000 Unpaid Bill, Weeks After Being Named A 'Billionaire'

By Ryan Naumann

Kanye West’s clothing company is being accused of refusing to pay a $125,000 bill, weeks after Forbes named the musician a billionaire.

According to court documents obtained by The Blast, a company named Blackbone PLM is suing Yeezy Apparel for breach of contract.

Blackbone is “the owner of an online generation workflow solution which assists consumer good companies in managing complex design and product development processes. Plaintiff offers its Service to customers on a subscription basis.

Yeezy entered into a deal with Blackbone in September 2018. The company was to be paid $198,000 for two years. They claim Kanye’s company was paying all the invoices for about a year.

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Blackbone says a year into the contract they sent Yeezy the last two remaining invoices. The first invoice totaled $67,600 and the second totaled $57,600.

The suit claims, “Over the course of the next eight months, Plaintiff repeatedly requested payment of the outstanding invoices. The requests were made to several different individuals working for or on behalf of the Defendant.

“Despite the repeated requests, as of the date of this complaint, Defendants has made no payments towards the Outstanding Invoices.

Blackbone is suing for $125,200 owed plus interest.


Last month, Kanye’s Yeezy company scored a victory in court after an ex-business partner dropped a massive lawsuit.

The Japanese fabric supplier, Toki Sen-I Co., informed the court they were dismissing all claims against Kanye and his Yeezy Apparel company. They accused Yeezy of refusing to pay up on $600,000 owed on invoices.

In the suit, they trashed Kanye’s company, Yeezy Apparel, as a “sham” without capital, assets or member interest. The musician accused the company of not delivering the product as promised and therefore weren’t paid for the work. A settlement was reached between the parties before the case went to trial.

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