Kanye West Filed A Report With Police Claiming Some Paparazzi Challenged Him To A Fight
Two frontrunners in the upcoming 2024 presidential election, Donald Trump and Kanye West, are each facing significant roadblocks this week commensurate with their respective Achilles heels. For Donald, it’s lying like a bad rug. And for Kanye, it’s his hair trigger temper that has led to yet another skirmish with the paparazzi. Last month Kanye became the subject of a battery investigation after he was accused of snatching a lady’s phone out of her hand and tossing it into the street after he approached her car and demanded she stop filming him while in the midst of a verbal altercation with the paparazzi/his inner demons.
This week however, the tables have turned, and according to Page Six, Kanye filed a complaint with West Hollywood police alleging that paparazzi had “challenged him to a fight” following a “verbal argument” as he “left Sunset Boulevard on Tuesday.” Gosh, how did they even track him down? That street is very wide!
Kanye West filed a complaint against paparazzi after they followed him and “challenged him to a fight” earlier this week, Page Six has learned.
A spokesperson for the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Office in West Hollywood, Calif., tells us that the Yeezy CEO, 45, was “contacted” by photographers as he left Sunset Boulevard on Tuesday at around 5 or 6 p.m. local time.
The paparazzi allegedly “got into a verbal argument with [West] and challenged him to a fight,” according to the watch sergeant.
Subsequently, West and individuals who were “hanging out with him” at the time went to the sheriff’s station to request their assistance.
Page Six can confirm that a criminal report was created and there is an active investigation into the incident. It appears no arrests have been made.
Kanye and his entourage apparently goosestepped into the Sheriff’s Office to make their complaint in person. Earlier in the day, Page Six reports that Kanye and his pretend wife Bianca Censori enjoyed a perfectly pleasant Valentine’s Day afternoon at the movies with music producer 88-Keys and serially accused alleged serial rapist Russell Simmons in West Hollywood. As you can see in these photos, Kanye allegedly asks Russell if he wants to join them at the police station to file a report, and Russell, allegedly, wisely answers, “Nah, I’m good. I’ll catch up with y’all later.”
As for how last month’s battery investigation might effect Kanye’s #Ye2024 alleged presidential campaign, Page Six notes that “there has not yet been a conclusion to the probe.” So we’ll have to wait to see if anything comes of that. But from the looks of things, Sneako, who replaced Milo Yiannopoulous as Ye’s new #1, seems to have lost the plot completely.
Andrew and Tristan Tate are guilty of inspiring the military aged men to become better.
— SNEAKO (@sneako) February 15, 2023
And to think, just a new months ago, Sneako pledged to be “subservient” to Ye and presumably to Ye alone! If a viable presidential candidate can’t trust a racist former YouTuber named Sneako, then who can they trust? Not Rudy Giuliani, that’s for sure.