Kanye West’s Sunday Service Registered as Non-Profit Amid $50M in Lawsuits

Earlier this year, it was revealed that Kanye West was being sued in a class-action

lawsuit that alleges the artist mistreated staff and performers for his ‘Sunday Service’

events. Another suit found West being sued for $20 million. The lawsuits reportedly

total up to $50 million at this point. Now, reports surfaced noting that Kanye’s ‘Sunday

Service’ church was approved for a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status.

Documents obtained by the ‘The Sun’ noted that West hired San Francisco attorney Karl

F. Mill, whose focus is reportedly on non-profits. Documents related to the move by

West also reportedly say the new non-profit will not be able to “participate in, or

intervene in [including the publication or distribution of statements], any political

campaign on behalf of or in opposition to any candidate for public office.”

This comes after it was noted that West is facing a $20 million lawsuit from MyChannel

Inc., which claims West never paid them for six months of tech work. Along with that,

the ‘Sunday Service’ class action situation finds West facing a $30 million suit. Stay

tuned for more updates.

source: The Sun

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