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Kanye West Sued For Allegedly Failing To Pay Over $600K In Yeezy Fabrics

Kanye West Sued Failing To Pay Yeezy Fabrics
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Jan. 25 2019, Updated 1:08 p.m. ET

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Kanye West is in deep water. has learned the “Lift Yourself” rapper is being sued for allegedly failing to pay for Yeezy fabric.

Japanese knitted fabric supplier Toki Sen-I Co. filed the lawsuit against West, 41, and Yeezy Apparel, LLC. this Thursday, January 24. In it, they claimed the star’s business is fake and was simply created as a front for West to keep his millions while excusing himself from the responsibility of paying for supplies.

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According to documents obtained by, Kim Kardashian’s controversial husband also allegedly refused to pay Toki Sen-I Co. $624,051 for supplies he ordered.

The company — which began working for West’s line in 2015 — said he put in a large order of fleece fabrics in June 2018 but failed to provide them with a down payment. In the end, he allegedly revealed he would not be paying for the fabrics at all.

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Despite Toki Sen-I’s attempt to set up a payment plan with him, West reportedly backed out of the deal entirely, leaving the company with a bulk of unsellable Yeezy fabrics.

Kanye West — whose net worth is a whopping $160 million — has not spoken publicly of his legal scandal, and confirmed the L.A. Superior Court has not officially approved the case.

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