Kanye West Sued for $20 Million Over Sunday Service Technology

Published: Thursday 27th Aug 2020 by Ryan

Kanye West has found himself in some hot water.

MyChannel, Inc. has filed a lawsuit against the rapper, claiming that he brought them on in the spring of 2018 to assist in the development of video and e-commerce for his Yeezy brand, including livestreaming technology for his Sunday Service series.

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TMZ obtained the suit, where the business claims that it worked non-stop for six months for a total of 10,000 man-hours.

Additionally, they are suing for a $7 million investment of its own money with the promise of a $10 million investment from Yeezy.

The suit also claims that the company relocated its headquarters at the request of the ‘Love Lockdown’ rapper. First, they moved to Calabasas and then to Chicago at his request.

However, the deal allegedly went sour after six months when he cut ties the company and allegedly stole its technology for his Sunday Service series.

MyChannel is now suing West for $20 million in damages.

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  1. #6KYONCE August 27, 2020


  2. Tori August 27, 2020

    He really is like his daddy trump I see, can he also be sued for putting himself as the writer and producer of the gospels songs he recorded? Be its pretty clear he didn’t write “You Brought The Sunshine”, nor “Balm In Gilead” or did he arrange the arrangement he used.

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