Adidas Investigates Complaints That Kanye West Showed Employees Porn

“It is currently unclear whether the allegations made in the anonymous letter are true,” Adidas said in a statement. “However, we take these allegations very seriously and have made the decision to immediately launch an independent investigation into the matter.”

In a report by Rolling Stone released Tuesday, former employees who worked with fashion brand Ye’s Yeezy accused the rapper of violating workplace conduct they say Adidas management refused to confront. The magazine said it interviewed more than two dozen former Yeezy and Adidas employees.

These people claimed that Ye acted provocatively, intimidated and sexualized employees, especially women, for ten years. Former employees alleged that, among other things, Ye showed porn at employee meetings and showed potential and current team members explicit videos and photos. Kim Kardashian, as well as his own sex tapes. Ye and Kardashian got married in 2014 and filed for divorce early last year.

Several former senior employees reportedly sent a letter to Adidas executives on Tuesday calling for action from company management, which they accused of ignoring Ye’s “predatory behavior towards women” and the “toxic and chaotic environment” he created.

Adidas, forced to cut ties with designer after multiple incidents of hate speech, terminated their partnership with E last month.

Ye also dropped most of his other professional partners, including his talent agency and other brands such as Balenciaga and Gap.