Kanye West's Childhood Home In Shambles After Rhymefest Beef


In 2011, Kanye West made the home he grew up in on the Southside of Chicago the headquarters of a charity aimed at helping help the city's at-risk youth. He named it Donda House, after his late mother

Kanye put his old friend Rhymefest in charge of the charity. But their relationship deteriorated earlier this year, and Rhymefest attacked 'Ye on Twitter. (And Kim Kardashian fired right back at him.)


Two months later, the house is in shambles. 

According to a report in the Daily Mail, the home is still filled up with the trash from a fundraiser held in February. Its back door is broken and some of its windows have been removed, allowing squatters access to the abandoned building.

You can see photos of the mess here.

Rhymefest officially distanced himself from Donda's House not long after Kanye's controversial remarks on slavery.

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