Management | Is Kanye West a difficult boss to work for?

Is Kanye West a difficult boss to work for?

There are many things bosses may ask employees to refrain from doing, for example asking staff to not use their mobile phones during work hours or to not consume food at their desks are commonplace in today’s workplace.

But the American Rapper Kanye West has asked those who are working on his upcoming album to stop doing something else entirely.

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Comments (1)

  • Boris
    Boris
    Fri, 25 Oct 2019 1:23pm BST
    No way is this acceptable, ever! How dare some jumped up rapper dictate when or how someone can have sex! Especially dictating that it's focused on pre-marital sex! Why are married folks allowed to get down and dirty but singletons can not? Just because he believes in god, and stats show he's in the minority here, doesn't mean he has the authority to dictate what his workers can and cannot do outside of the work environment. As far as I am aware even sports people are "advised" not to have sex before big events, but it's a recommendation, not an order. This is also a man who dictates what his wife is allowed to wear but then criticises her publicly for dressing that way. As far as I am concerned these are dangerous traits to find in anyone, someone who is domineering, dictating and a control freak, in most people's mind these could be red flags that the person could also become a domestic abuser or stalker.