Kanye West His team went on to tie a production company along with unfulfilled promises of payment, which eventually swelled to more than $7 million…according to the company, which is now suing Yi.
According to the lawsuit obtained by TMZ, Phantom Labs says they worked on several high-volume projects with Kanye between June 2021 to March 2022. Among the projects were 4 weeks of the Sunday Service, a hearing event for “Donda 2″ Free Larry Hoover ” show with drake And his canceled performance in the 2022 tournament at Coachella.
Phantom, represented by the lawyer Howard KingYe and his team were good at making payments — but it wasn’t long before the bills started piling up — and by February 2022, he says, they were owed more than $6 million.
The documents say Ye had promised to settle his debts with Phantom, using the $9 million he was supposed to make at Coachella, but when he unexpectedly canceled at the festival, Phantom said it became clear, Ye wouldn’t pay.
Phantom says that in addition to the $6 million tab Ye already had with the company, they were subjected to another $1.1 million in Coachella-related cancellation fees that they also want Ye to cover.
TMZ broke the story, Kanye Powered by Coachella Less than two weeks before the festival begins. While the reason behind its cancellation is still not fully known, the decision was made after a rough few months which made him criticize Kim kardashian.
weekend And Swedish House Mafia at the end She filled Kanye’s top spotAnd she got a lot of compliments for her amazing performance.
For Phantom, they’re filing a breach of contract lawsuit, among other things, and want Ye to pay the $7.1 million they say they owe, plus more.