Kanye West became so frustrated at a recent virtual court-ordered deposition that he hurled insults at an attorney, refused to answer any questions, masked up, and stormed off.
According to court documents, Ye called attorney Michael Popok “boy” a dozen times and he insulted the lawyer by asking if he was “f***ing stupid.”
The documents also state that Ye declined to answer any questions and stormed off.
Reportedly, Ye told Popok he was lucky to be deposing the “richest Black man in America and a Black Trump supporter and that he couldn’t be bothered with the deposition because he had lives (and diets) to change.”
He then put on his full-face Jesus mask because he felt they no longer deserved to see his face.
The deposition was placed on Ye because black-owned company MyChannel claims that he stole their technology to sell his Sunday Service merchandise.
MyChannel, who is seeking $63k in damages, wanted an in-person deposition but due to COVID-19 Ye was allowed to appear by video.
According to MyChannel’s attorney Ben J. Meiselas, “Kanye West’s bad faith efforts to sabotage the deposition will be viewed by the Court as one of the most outrageous and inappropriate deposition performances it has observed.”
Hopefully, Kanye West gets the mental help he needs to get his personal life and business affairs back in order.