Milo Yiannopoulos has parted ways with Kanye West over the disastrous 2024 campaign


Milo Yiannopoulos is the latest to lash out at Kanye West — confirming he’s parted ways with the rapper after he helped him with his planned 2024 run for the White House.

An English provocateur who was Jewisht confirmed to The Daily Beast he said he came to a “mutual conclusion” with the rapper, now known as Ye, to “get away from his political team.”

Money was reportedly the reason behind it — Yiannopoulos paid Ye $116,000 for just a few days of work. According to TMZsaid he saw a copy of the direct invoice early Tuesday.

Ye, who lost his billionaire status due to his anti-Semitic remarks, never made a financial deal with the notorious right-wing troll for his support, according to sources.

Milo’s big settlement comes on December 1, less than two weeks after he was first revealed as Ye’s adviser.
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Given that Ye has not yet officially announced his candidacy for the presidency, it was assumed that his wide range of advisers were all volunteers.

Yiannopoulos, who previously called sex between 13-year-olds and older men “life-affirming,” first appeared as Ye’s mentor on Nov. 20 when they filmed a music video together.

His big invoice was dated Dec. 1, TMZ said — less than two weeks.

Milo Yiannopoulos at an event in Maryland last year.
Milo was a controversial choice given his scandals, including his praise of “life-affirming” sex between young boys and older men.
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At the time, the former Breitbart editor appeared to be behind some of Ye’s most questionable decisions, including his decision to work with Holocaust denier Nick Fuentes, as well as using him to frame former President Donald Trump.

Yiannopoulos admitted NBC News he bragged that he was the “architect” for sneaking Fuentes into Ye’s dinner with Trump at Mar-a-Lago — “just to make Trump’s life miserable.”

You and Trump are together in 2016.
Milo admitted that he tried to “make Trump’s life miserable” with a disastrous meeting with Yeh and Holocaust denier Nick Fuentes at Mar-a-Lago.
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He was still by Ye’s side when the rapper walked out of a Nov. 28 podcast interview when host Tim Poole tried to deflect some of his most heated looks.

But he was absent last Thursday when Ye, in a full-face hood, gave an interview with Alex Jones in which he openly declared his love for the Nazis and their genocidal leader, Adolf Hitler.

You're in a hood covering your face in Alex Jones' Infowars.
Milo was missing when the hooded Yeh declared his love for Hitler and the Nazis in Alex Jones’ Infowars.
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Fuentes joined Ye for an Infowars sit-down, and The Daily Beast pointed to rumors that Yiannopoulos was fired because the superpower “acted against” the man he brought in.

“Any suggestion that I tried to fire anyone is a lie, especially one that I brought myself, they owe me gratitude, loyalty and respect,” Yiannopoulos told the publication.

However, he acknowledged “concerns about potential new hires,” which he did not identify.

Nick Fuentes on the Tim Pool podcast, you're out of it.
Milo confirmed that Earth’s departure from the team was due to “concerns about a potential new hire,” without confirming that it was a power play between him and Fuentes.
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“I’m not at least attracted to perks and private jets … Maybe others are,” he said.

TMZ said it tried to get a response from Yiannopoulos regarding his $116,000 invoice.

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