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Kanye West’s ex-lawyers turn to newspaper ads to dump him

Kanye West’s ex-lawyers turn to newspaper ads to dump him

Kanye West’s former lawyers still need help reaching him to serve court documents for dumping him as a client.

However, according to AllHipHop, law firm Greenberg Traurig has come up with a new way to access the apparently newly married rapper.

The company called the approach “multi-dimensional”, where it placed ads in more than one Los Angeles newspaper to remove hitmaker Donda from its client list.

“Publishing the contents of the restraining order in two newspapers in the Los Angeles area, where Ye appears to reside, will also inform him of the restraining order,” the documents state.

“Given Ye’s public status, the release of the takedown order will likely attract significant media attention, resulting in wider publication and providing an even greater likelihood of telling Ye about the order.”

Greenberg Traurig represented the Grammy winner in the case against Ultra International Music Publishing. However, the New York-based law firm decided to serve the 45-year-old after dropping him as a client due to the latest anti-Semitic backlash.

However, West’s former attorneys were required to serve it before filing it. Judge Analisa Torres granted the law firm’s motion to step down as West’s attorney on November 30, 2022.

The judge also ordered the company to personally serve the father of four with a court order by December 14, 2022. But the company still needs help locating the rapper.

Meanwhile, Ye also allegedly escaped his former business manager. As Thomas St. John claimed, he could not locate West, which sparked rumors about West’s whereabouts.

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