YesJulz Speaks Out After Being Fired By Kanye West, Though Both Remain Clowns

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Nothing is ever simple with Kanye West, as the emcee is known for saying the most ridiculous, asinine and ignorant things. Now, the “Vultures” rapper is having an online feud with media personality and infamous culture vulture YesJulz.

Shortly after the song “Carnival” went No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, West and his team opted to fire YesJulz from his team for allegedly violating her NDA (non-disclosure agreement) on Tuesday (March 12).

“We have decided to no longer have YesJulz involved in the roll out of ‘Vultures.’ All the activity on her page and with our fans in the past few days has been unauthorized,” he shared on his Instagram stories.

Nothing but chaos can be expected when two clowns link up and do business together, but it’s fascinating to watch the fallout nonetheless.

YesJulz, born Julieanna Goddard, shared messages that were exchanged between her and Yeezy chief of staff Milo Yiannopoulos on Wednesday. In them, Yiannopoulos called the rapper’s fanbase “Down Syndrome megafans” who have “developmental disorders.”

Julz captioned her social media post: “Heres what Milo, the Chief of Staff who controls who gets hired + fired & when they get paid, thinks about the very fan base that fought so hard to get Ye his first #1 in over a decade.” She stated that she was apathetic toward any legal action West’s team may take (“F*ck An NDA, Sue Me”) and will support West no matter what.

“We have an opportunity to help one of the most iconic artists of our time fight for the equity that creatives should have always had in their art,” she stated in a different tweet. “An opportunity to finally dismantle the label system. & build a new one where fans & artists are in the drivers seat, reaping the benefits and profits, as they should be Thats what Ye being #1 this time around means. That’s why rallying the fans is so important.”

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