Kanye West Rejects Minnesota Man’s Fundraising Campaign
After Kanye West went begging for help with his debt of $53 million, a Minneapolis man Jeremy Piatt sprung into action and created a GoFundMe page for the rapper.
After creating the GoFundMe page titled 'Get Kanye Out Of Debt' and reaching a total of $6,959 in just 10 days by 837 people, Piatt notified followers by saying "As reported by TMZ, Mr. Kanye West's camp has declined the funds raised by this GoFundMe campaign".
Since the funds won't be going to the 'Gold Digger' rapper, they will now be going to Notes for Notes. Notes for Notes is a non-profit organization which builds, equips, and staffs after-school recording studios offering youth completely free access to explore, create, and record music.
Looks like Kanye doesn't want any help from nice Minnesotans and probably won't be getting money from Mark Zuckerberg, even though he publicly pleaded for it. Good thing the money is going for a much better cause now. There's an info video about Notes for Notes below and let me know what you think about this GoFundMe in the comments.