After The Burger Shop Case, Kanye West Hopes to Settle The Dispute With The Participants of The Sunday Service Out of Court


Kanye West is in trouble with the law again. Despite being a rapper, he was thrilled to hold Sunday services. This was his stage of approaching his religion and making music with believers. Although it all stopped abruptly for various reasons.


Now the participants of the Sunday service have filed a case against their famous participant. While they are suing him first, both parties involved are trying to solve the problem out of court, through meditation. As court cases for the singer are already piling up, here’s a brief dive into the case.

Why did the Sunday service choir sue Kanye West?

After the incident with a burger joint in Australia, Kanye West is again facing legal problems. According to AllHipHop, the parties involved discussed a settlement agreement on March 14. On March 16, the court held a hearing to present the defendants Kanye West and West Brands, LLC, Very Good Touring, Inc. court session. The interests of the defendants are represented by London D. Meservi, and Frank H. Kim represents the plaintiffs, Michael. Pearson and his members.

According to NME, they sued him for $30 million after mistreatment and non-payment. Breaks and meals were not provided, the crew was left without payment. But, despite the problems that have arisen, the parties have requested at least 2 months to resolve the dispute out of court. Requesting the absence of a trial, a time of 60 additional days was requested. It was the same band that famously performed with him at the Coachella Music Festival in 2019.

But a lot has changed since that time. West divorced Kim Kardashian. He also saw the end of his cooperation and faced a bunch of legal problems due to financial problems.

You have already been involved in other court cases

Recently, Ultra International Music Publishing sued him for sampling music for his album “Donda 2”. Reports say he used Marshall Jefferson’s “Move Your Body” to create the song “Flowers” without permission or appropriate compensation.

On the other hand, the artist sued a hamburger store in Australia for profit from his music. The notice to stop using the names of his songs on the menu certainly left an unpleasant aftertaste with the owner of the store in Melbourne and a former Ye fan. As for the case with the Sunday service team, it will be seen whether they will settle the case or appear in court.

What do you think about West’s accusations in the Sunday choir? Share your thoughts in the comments.


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