Published Nov 01, 2013Kanye West isn't wasting any time moping over his latest show cancellations. Now that he's got a few days off, the future Mr. Kardashian is staying busy by launching both a clothing line and a lawsuit.
The clothing line in question comes from his label, G.O.O.D. Music. Designed by Kanye's creative company DONDA, the black and white collection includes shirts, hoodies, hats, socks sweatpants and more. The clothes aren't exactly cheap, but they significantly more affordable than Yeezy's A.P.C. capsule collection.
Go here to check out the duds.
As for the aforementioned lawsuit, Billboard and TMZ report that the rapper and his fiancé Kim Kardashian are suing YouTube co-founder Chad Hurley (and his company, Avos Systems Inc.) for sharing a video of Kanye's proposal at AT&T Park in San Francisco on October 21. Hurley apparently wasn't invited to the event, but he signed an confidentiality agreement not to share any footage and was permitted to stay. There's even a photo of him holding the confidentiality agreement, but he violated the document by posting a proposal clip via his new site, MixBit.
This was a problem because E! Entertainment Television had secured rights to film and would possibly air footage of the proposal, and Hurley's video allegedly reduces the value of the professionally shot video.
Kim and Kanye are seeking unspecified damages.