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Social Media Influencer YesJulz Responds To Ye’s Threat Of $8 Million Lawsuit

The influencer wasn't trying to hear Ye.

After Ye, the artist formerly known as Kanye West, threatened to sue a social media influencer over the weekend, she responded defiantly to Ye’s alleged $8 million threat.

According to HipHopDx, Ye publicly accused social media influencer Julianne Goddard, also known as YesJulz, of violating an NDA (non-disclosure agreement) and threatened to sue her for $8 million for doing so.

Ye posted a message to his Instagram account on March 17 stating she “repeatedly, intentionally, and grossly” violated their agreement.

“Julianne Goddard has repeatedly, intentionally, and grossly violated the terms of her Non-Disclosure Agreement with Claimants, including publicly disclosing corporate sales figures, social media strategies, text messages with Ye and management, release plans for the Vultures album and product designs before release,” the document reads, in part, before adding that her behavior was, “hurtful, hateful, and destructive.”

Before Ye disclosed the above-referenced notice, it was reported that the music producer cut ties with her when she received an email last week.

The email was allegedly sent by Yeezy Chief of Staff Milo Yiannopoulos.

“Dear Ms. Goddard, enclosed please find a letter and statement of account from your time with Yeezy. Fines incurred to date as a result of your NDA violations come to $7.7m.”

She initially responded to the email publicly on X.

She also claims she never signed an NDA with the company.

“Are you a little dense? I did not sign the NDA.”

According to XXL, the original dispute allegedly involved YesJulz reaching out to Ye fan pages and asking them if they’d like to work with her in developing a “Yeezy Universe” app for free.

Although she admitted that Ye did not approve of her plans, she insisted that the rapper “sees and hears everything. He knows how active you’ve been. I know sometimes it might feel like you might be working all day, every day, and your work is not being seen or recognized.”