Bianca Censori Denies Allegations of Exposing Minors to P*rn*gr*phy in New Lawsuit

Bianca Censori Denies Allegations of Exposing Minors to P*rn*gr*phy in New Lawsuit

Kanye West and his wife, Bianca Censori, are facing serious allegations in a new lawsuit accusing them of racism and exposing minors to pornography. Censori has firmly denied these claims and asserted her innocence.

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On Tuesday (July 2), Milo Yiannopoulos, West’s former chief of staff, issued a statement to HipHopDX refuting the allegations made in the lawsuit.

“I’ve been authorized by Bianca to stress that any allegation that she showed or caused to be shown any pornographic material to minors is offensive, disgusting, abhorrent, and categorically and wholly false,” Yiannopoulos wrote. “The tragic, desperate, attention-seeking wannabe Yeezy staffer behind this egregious and repulsive pack of lies, Shemar DaCosta, has never had any kind of access to Ye, his family, or Yeezy, or any information pertinent to the company, and he never will.

“DaCosta, known as ‘Hotep Susan’ in Yeezy circles for his histrionic and absurd race-baiting, faked an entire job history at Yeezy on his LinkedIn profile—the most tragic and thirsty lie imaginable. He claimed to be a lead developer for Yeezy. He has never worked at Yeezy. Read my lips: He will never, ever, ever land a job at the company after telling such odious lies about the Lady of the House.”

Yiannopoulos continued: “There’s a simple reason DaCosta’s clownish claim—that minors were shown Yeezy Porn—isn’t true and can’t be true. Yeezy Porn doesn’t exist. I made sure of that by falling on my sword and quitting over it. All I’ve done since is try to get these app developers paid, as voluminous correspondence demonstrates. Anyone asserting otherwise, including many in the press, are lazy or simply dishonest buffoons uncritically repeating mendacious lies from a lawsuit that takes more imaginative leaps than The Lord of the Rings.

“Secret white chat rooms? No, the other team just hustled harder than you did. Hostile working environment? How can that be? You were never hired. Minors working illegally? Give me a break. The only minors being taken advantage of are the poor suckers roped into this lawsuit, who have no idea what a pack of lies their names have been attached to. If anyone’s taking advantage of kids, it’s Shemar DaCosta and his bozo Instagram lawyer Ben Lockyer, whose area of legal expertise appears to be credulous African Americans with dubious causes of action. Both of them should be ashamed of themselves. And if they’re not now, they soon will be.”

To emphasize his point, Yiannopoulos shared three tweets from former Yeezy employees supporting his statement, “All I’ve done since [leaving Kanye] is try to get these app developers paid.”

According to The Washington Post, Kanye West is being sued by eight former Yeezy employees who worked on YZYVSN, a streaming service intended to host his upcoming album Vultures 2 with Ty Dolla $ign.

The lawsuit alleges that West and Yiannopoulos created a racist work environment with brutal conditions and failed to pay several staff members despite promising to do so. The plaintiffs, including minors as young as 14, claim they were subjected to racist, sexist, and homophobic treatment while working remotely, being referred to as “slaves” and “new slaves.”

The suit also claims that racial slurs were used against Black team members, while only white team members were promised developer positions at Yeezy. Additionally, it alleges that Bianca Censori sent one employee a file-sharing link containing hardcore sexual activity, exposing minors to pornographic content.

Kanye West had announced earlier this year the launch of his Yeezy Porn brand, although the project appears to have been discontinued.

“No guardrails were put in place to prevent the underage YZYVSN workers from working on Yeezy Porn, or to prevent them from being exposed to and being forced to view pornography to perform their work,” the lawsuit reads.

The plaintiffs are seeking payment for unpaid wages, attorney fees, and damages for emotional distress.

Kanye West has yet to comment on the lawsuit, but Yiannopoulos denied the allegations on X (formerly Twitter), criticizing the lawsuit as a desperate attempt for attention.

“A joke lawsuit just dropped led by a disgruntled, comically inept Black developer I call Hotep Susan who is mad he didn’t get chosen for a full-time Yeezy job,” Yiannopoulos wrote. “My question: Why did he need one, given his record of FAKING job history (including Yeezy roles he never held)? I’ll eviscerate the complaint line by line tomorrow on camera, including his bonkers racism claims.

“Truly, it’s the most dishonest thing I’ve ever seen filed with a court. (And I’ve worked for billionaires and megastars for a decade.) He has no standing and doesn’t represent either of the acquired apps. Just wait until you read it. Another sad race hustle. It’s a No from me, Susan, as in Not. One. Dime.”

Addressing the porn allegations, he added: “The company has signed releases from and contractor agreements with every contributor to every closed and every open source project, including parents or guardians where appropriate. Yeezy Porn doesn’t exist, so could not have been shown to anyone. Clowns.”

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