Kanye West event leads to Wyoming ranch banning rap parties

The Wyoming Ranch Where Kanye Had ‘Ye’ Listening Party Has Now Banned Rappers

West had been known to craft projects in Hawaii and fly artists to the sunny state, but he apparently wanted to switch things up for Ye, which was reportedly barely finished in time for its June 1 release date.

In the irrepressible maelstrom that is Kanye West's 2018, the Wyoming ranch that hosted his album listening party for Ye has now installed a "no more rappers" policy following Kanye and co.'s behaviour last week.

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She was quick to acknowledge the boost in exposure and praised Kanye's team, but speaking to The Blast, Golliher said the listening party was the "most confusing" event the venue had ever handled. Following the star-studded event, operators of the Diamond Cross Ranch, where Kanye held his party, have announced a ban from rappers throwing anymore events on the premises. Because Kanye royally pissed of the owners with his sheer indecision and pissed off the neighbours by blasting the music louder than the county's regulation levels. The event was scheduled to end at 10 PM, but began at 9:30 PM.

She did say, however, that she has no problem with Kanye, and the planners were "amazing" to work, though she did feel she undercharged for the whole shebang, and was generally "misled" on event details, chalking up the chaos to everyone being from "California and L.A". That changed though and the party took place outside, immediately spurring noise complaints from neighbors. She also said that the ranch charged $50,000 for West to hold the event and she lamented that she didn't charge more. In true high-school fashion, Golliher added that her husband threatened to cut the power at midnight if the party wasn't shut down.

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