Kanye West is nowhere to be found.
On January 9, 2023, the “Donda” rapper made his first public appearance in recent weeks, accompanying a new mystery woman.
Kim Kardashian’s ex-husband appeared to be in good spirits as they drove around Beverly Hills on Sunday afternoon. The rapper’s companion is still unknown, but they entered the Waldorf Astoria hotel holding hands, according to TMZ.
He has been missing for several weeks, and when his former business manager Thomas St. John stated that he couldn’t locate the Grammy-winning rapper, rumors about his disappearance began to circulate.
Kanye West, who officially changed his name to Ye, has been almost completely absent from the public eye since making a series of strange and anti-Semitic remarks. As a result, he has lost important commercial deals as well as his billionaire status.
However, a $4.5 million lawsuit awaits “College Dropout” actor Thomas, who has allegedly returned to court and pleaded for three more months to attempt and serve him.
According to court documents obtained by Radar Online, Thomas appeared in court to request another extension of his service.
Thomas, who claimed that he had broken their agreement, sued the “N*ggas In Paris” rapper. He also stated that Ye hired him in March 2022 with the promise of $300,000 per month, but the business manager was only paid for three of the 18 months of his contract.
Thomas also stated that Kanye’s refusal to settle the outstanding debt prompted him to file his lawsuit. Unfortunately, he has had difficulty locating the discredited artist. Even if he paid a process server to go to Kanye’s offices, none of the addresses are accurate.
Kanye’s company was also sued after being kicked out of a Los Angeles office building. The process server “was unable to perform service on the agent for service of process for Yeezy, who seemed to be no longer at the office address listed on the 2022 California state filing,” according to court records obtained by the site.
Thomas stated that he is unable to locate the rapper’s current residence.
The paper stated:
“For Mr. West, despite our extensive efforts, we were unable to identify his current residence address and, as a result, have not yet attempted to serve him personally. Instead, we have made many postal delivery attempts to him at several potential addresses.”
The doc reads:
“Additional time and resources are needed to ascertain Mr. West’s whereabouts for personal service, and additional time and resources are needed to attempt other forms of service. This is due to Mr. West’s celebrity status and his interests in protecting his privacy and information about where he resides.”
As of this writing, the court has not granted Thomas’ request.