Kanye West's alleged 'lover' confesses that he only wanted to discredit him

Kanye West's alleged 'lover' confesses that he only wanted to discredit him

TikToker Cole Carrigan revealed that he did not have a secret meeting with Kanye, and that he only wanted to discredit him for his political stance of the last few years.

Since the first rumors began to circulate that Kanye West and Kim Kardashian were about to divorce, the rapper has been credited with several unconfirmed affairs with other celebrities.

So far none of the stories attributed to the rapper have been proven, in fact, the latest rumor has just been cleared up by the alleged third party in discord.

First it was the popular makeup artist Jeffree Star, with whom people assured that he had been unfaithful to the mother of his four children, although the influencer was quick to clarify that this story was false, and a few days ago another TikTok star, Cole Carrigan, affirmed that he had met the musician in a hotel of the W chain in an appointment organized by his former bodyguard, Steve Stanulis.

Now the young man - who has more than 300,000 followers on that social media - publicly apologized to the couple after receiving a letter from Stanulis, who flatly denies his story.

In that letter, the former bodyguard mentions that he is willing to take legal action against him. Although he has never acknowledged that he made up the whole story, he has admitted that his intention was to damage Kanye's reputation as a punishment for his political stance in recent years (for supporting Donald Trump).

"In order not to be sued and end up in court, I have to apologize to Mr. West and Kim Kardashian West, so... Kim, if you're watching this, I'm sorry. Honestly, I only did what I did because your husband voted for Trump and we can't tolerate that kind of antics in America," said Carrigan, who hopes the celebrity doesn't hold too much of a grudge.

Despite Kim Kardashian West's efforts to save her marriage to Kanye West, it seems to be over and the news has made a big impact on the entertainment world, and many have taken advantage of the news to tell fantasy stories or jokes. The video clarification was shared on Carrigan's social media.

Alejandro Peña

Journalist, broadcaster and creative editor+ info

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