The long-standing saga continues as Gap takes legal action against Ye (formerly known as Kanye West), filing a $2 million lawsuit against the artist. The dispute revolves around their unsuccessful collaboration, with Gap alleging that Ye made unapproved alterations to a Los Angeles rental property leased by the clothing company. This article delves into the details surrounding the legal battle.
According to an initial report by the New York Post, Ye’s modifications to the property have prompted the landlord, Art City Center, to seek compensation.
Art City Center had already sued Gap for damages related to the property. The damages mentioned in the lawsuit include various architectural alterations, such as the construction of an exterior ramp, a tunnel in the lot, removal of ceiling lights, the erection of a wall, and the elimination of three bathrooms.
Gap’s main contention is that Ye’s unapproved alterations, which Gap was not involved in or sanctioned, violated their strategic agreement. As a result, Gap claims that they were burdened with the expenses incurred in repairing and restoring the premises.
As the case unfolds, further details and developments will undoubtedly emerge, stay tuned for more information.