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At Least 1,000 Employees are Suing Kanye West Over Mistreatment During His Sunday Service

Rapper Kanye West is reportedly being sued for $30 million for breaking California employee laws and overworking employees.

According to The Sun, unnamed sources who commented on the lawsuit asserted that West improperly classified his Sunday Service show and Nebuchadnezzar show employees as independent contractors instead of employees due to the type and nature of the work involved. The lawsuit reportedly includes at least 1,000 employees who are suing both West and his companies. It is unknown for sure which employees are suing which one.

According to the unnamed sources, Kanye needed to provide overtime, meal breaks, and rest periods for his employees but failed to do so. The unnamed legal source stated the employees had a “horrible time.”

“Now it’s about proving that Kanye is the employer and the buck stops with him. Now that there are others coming forward, then the complaint will be amended and be bigger in scope. No one knows how involved Kanye himself was or if he knew what was going on, as it was all so last minute, it was terribly ran. Whether it was mismanagement, accidental, or on purpose, this is a very strong case,” one of the sources added.

Read the source article at Christian Headlines

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