A group of attorneys representing Kanye West are planning to inform the rapper through large newspaper ads that they are no longer providing him legal services.
In documents obtained by TMZ, attorneys for the company Greenberg Traurig, LLP said that West, 45, had disconnected the phone line they had to use to get in touch with him, causing ‘a breakdown in communication’ with the ex-husband of Kim Kardashian.
In addition to posting a court decision granted by a judge allowing the termination of the professional relationship, the lawyers claimed that their firm tried to inform West by “other ways” of doing so.
The attorneys said that the planned ads are a last-ditch idea, as they have been trying to contact West about the issue, but he has been unresponsive.
The idea behind publishing the statement in a newspaper is that it would ‘likely garner significant media attention, resulting in broader publication,’ the lawyers said.
The news comes as West has been romantically linked to Bianca Censori, an architectural designer, and the pair ‘had some sort of wedding ceremony’ recently, the outlet reported, noting that the couple had not appeared to obtain a marriage certificate that would make the marriage legal.
West has been keeping a relatively low profile since his last appearance on Alex Jones’ show Infowars in which he lavished praise on Nazis and Adolf Hitler.