Kanye West rep says Putin Sunday Service story is ‘completely fabricated’

Kanye West rep says Putin Sunday Service story is ‘completely fabricated’
Artist’s associates seem conflicted as to whether there’s any truth to rumours that he’s planning a trip to Russia

A representative for カニエ・ウェスト has called reports that he’s planning on meeting with ウラジーミル・プーチン during a trip to ロシア “completely fabricated”.

今週はじめ, ビルボード reported that West, who officially changed his name to Ye last year, was planning to stage a number of his Sunday Service performances while in the country.

The publication also claimed, via comments from West’s “confidant and strategic advisor” Ameer Sudan, that the artist would be working on business matters while in Russia, which he planned on making a “second home”.

Rob Goldstone, the publicist for pop singer Emin Agalarov – ​​son of Russian billionaire Aras Agalarov – told the publication there were “talks going on”.

しかしながら, West’s representative Pierre Rougier has now told 転がる石 that the story is “entirely fabricated”.

He called it “a work of fiction of wishful thinking from these Russian people”.

今月上旬, music executive Steven Victor said that Ye has already begun work on a sequel to his 2021 アルバム, ドンダ.

Ye released his 10th studio album last year, to mixed reviews and after several major delays. It also caused controversy due to the inclusion of Marilyn Manson and DaBaby on certain tracks.

今週, the trailer was released for Jeen-Yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy, a forthcoming documentary that has been 20 作成の年.

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