is being sued for millions by clothing retailer Gap.
The rapper, 45, had enjoyed a popular partnership with the outlet but things fell apart last year.
West had accused the retailer of not releasing his clothing line as promised, and not opening stores that had been specifically designed to promote the x Gap collaboration.
The star had made headlines in August when he sold his Yeezy Gap line in the store, though he dismissed backlash as he declared himself an ‘innovator.’
Gap would later go on to amid the rapper’s anti-semitism controversy, with similar moves coming from sportswear retailer Adidas.
Now Gap is suing the artist in relation to one particular building that had been uses to sell the Yeezy Gap range, stating he should be held financially responsible for potential damages as they themselves are being sued by a company that owned the building they leased for the collection.
In documents seen by , Gap is facing a lawsuit by Art City Center which owns the LA storefront, which the company says underwent ‘unapproved alterations’ and must be restored – with Gap saying West should be liable for the bill.
And in their own lawsuit against West, Gap claim they had a contract with the rapper which ensured they would not be liable for any claims of that nature, and so are suing for the amount they think they will be charged for the restoration, as well as legal fees.
They estimate this amount to $2 million ( £1.6 million).
Gap and West’s business partnership had proved a bumpy one, with West first raising eyebrows for the way he sold the clothes in ‘rubbish bags’ as though in a thrift store.
Many questioned the contrast between the ‘luxury’ price tag and ‘budget’ experience, with Yeezy Gap hoodies selling for £260 in the UK.
Months later, Gap cut ties with the fashion and music star ‘immediately,’ pulling the line from stores and shutting down the website.
It came as the father-of-four faced repercussions after making offensive comments about the Jewish community in a series of social media posts.
The Grammy-winning rapper initially doubled down on his stance, after saying he was going to go ‘death con 3 on Jewish people’, before later apologising for causing upset.
The high street fashion brand said in a statement: ‘Antisemitism, racism and hate in any form are inexcusable and not tolerated in accordance with our values.
‘Ye’s recent comments and actions have been unacceptable, hateful and dangerous, and they violate the company’s values of diversity and inclusion, mutual respect and fairness.’
The spokesperson added: ‘Our former partner’s recent remarks and behaviour further underscore why we are taking immediate steps to remove Yeezy Gap product from our stores.’