YesJulz Explains Why Ye and Adin Ross Livestream Never Happened

The popular talent manager claimed Ross couldn't fulfill the terms of the potential deal.

"Three celebrities standing separately, each dressed in casual attire."
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"Three celebrities standing separately, each dressed in casual attire."

YesJulz explained why Ye has yet to appear on Adin Ross's streaming platform despite the latter's efforts to make it happen.

Earlier this week, Julz was online answering questions from fans when she was asked how Ye felt about doing a livestream with Ross. According to Julz, she was talking with Ross about having Ye appear on the platform, but the streamer couldn't follow through on the deal.

"I was talking to Adin about doing a stream with Ye, and we were gonna do it," she said. "Adin was gonna pay a million and then pay another million to charity, but he ended up not coming through on the second million to charity and saying something kind of slick, and we decided not to do it."

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Ross has not responded to YesJulz's claims as of press time. 

Ye, on the other hand, recently dissed popular streamer Kai Cenat on an appearance on The Download with Justin Laboy. The Chicago rap legend mentioned Cenat and called him an industry plant for comments he made against him. 

"That exact genre is the most industry plants," Ye said. "It's about influence and mind control. And then he gonna mention my daughter's name a week later. N***a, don't mention my daughter's name and then you dissing what's paying they $200,000 a month child support. … Don't mention this and then mention my daughter name. It be that kinda shit where I'm like that don't make god happy."

Last month, Cenat criticized a selection of Yeezy clothing that was sent to him in a livestream where he said, "N***a! Bro, this shit is not fitting me, bro! Bro, you supposed to send a extra extra small…. not an extra extra large! The fuck am I supposed to do with this shit?"

Ye caught wind of Cenat's comments and fired back a response in which he claimed the streamer was being "controlled" and criticized him for not saying anything about Adidas. Days after that, Cenat announced to his followers that North West told him he was her favorite streamer, mentioning Ye in the process. 

"North told me that I'm her favorite streamer or content creator," Cenat said. "And that's huge, bro. I literally don't know if Ye knows who I am and what I do."

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