Kanye’s Donda Academy Requires Parents To Sign NDAs

Kanye’s Donda Academy Requires Parents To Sign NDAs!

It appears what happens at the Donda Academy stays in the Donda Academy. Get all the details on Kanye’s Donda Academy…

Kanye's Donda Academy Requires Parents To Sign NDAs

The school in Simi Valley, Calif., costs $15,000 per year.

CelebnMusic247.com reports that Two families whose kids have been attending Donda Academy, which has less than 100 students, claimed to Rolling Stone that parents have to sign nondisclosure agreements for Kanye West’s secretive school.

Would you allow your child to attend a school that forces you to sign an NDA? You never know what could happen to your child or how they will treat them. Kanye has a history of losing his temper.

When it comes to the school, Tamar Andrews, a consultant to the school, tried to debunk the families’ claims, telling the outlet that the parents of each student only have to sign “an informal agreement” — but didn’t specify what that “agreement” was.

Andrews said:

Honestly, we don’t care if people know about the school.

The people that want to come to the school are looking for a good Christian school in that area and they know that we’re there … there is also a certain notoriety that comes with being affiliated with Donda. So, I don’t know that we have to advertise, which is a blessing and a curse.

West’s longtime friend and collaborator, Malik Yusef, dittoed this idea, saying the school offers things to students that other institutions lack.

Malik said:

People choose to bring their kids to Donda Academy for a sense of privacy. A sense of care, a sense of concern, a sense of love, an environment of health, and an environment of wealth, an environment of learning, and putting God as a focus.

Yusef added:

The process of Donda school is for the parishioners, for the attendees. I don’t think Kanye needs to tell the world what he’s doing so that he can be under more scrutiny.

What do you think about Kanye’s Donda Academy Requires Parents To Sign NDAs?

The whole thing seems sus to us.