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Kanye ‘Ye’ West Slapped with Lawsuits by Ex-Faculty Over Bizarre School Rules



Three former teachers and an ex-assistant principal are suing Kanye 'Ye' West over alleged odd practices at his SoCal Christian schools. (Shutterstock)
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Kanye West, now being called Ye, is being sued by three former teachers and an ex-assistant principal from two Donda Academy schools he founded in Southern California.

The lawsuits allege that they were fired after raising concerns about unusual practices at the schools.

These include: no glass in windows due to Ye’s dislike of glass, sushi as the only lunch option, students being forbidden from bringing their own food or drinks, a ban on artwork and chairs, classrooms without books or textbooks, mandatory wearing of Ye’s Yeezy-brand black clothes, lack of a system to handle bullying, absence of janitors and use of acid water for cleaning, and other bizarre rules and code violations.

Ye’s lawyer has requested the dismissal of the lawsuits, labeling the accusations as false.

More at NBC News.

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