In the irrepressible maelstrom that is Kanye West's 2018, the Wyoming ranch that hosted his album listening party for Ye has now installed a "no more rappers" policy following Kanye and co.'s behaviour last week. It looks like that may be a one-time-only thing, as the Kids See Ghost listening party will be in LA - and the owner of the ranch isn't happy with how the party came out anyway.
The ranch's owner, Jane Golliher, spoke to TheBlast about her less than elated afterthoughts of managing Kanye's party. Kanye originally told them he meant to hold the party inside, but after changing his mind "every 30 minutes" he ended up throwing it outside.
Teton County, where Moran is located, has strict noise ordinances that require any sounds being made after 10 p.m.to be kept at an 80-decibel level, The Blast reported.
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To smooth over the irritated neighbors' concerns, Golliher had to send employees to their places to avoid complaints being sent to the county.
In typical Kanye fashion, his Ye album rollout has been befuddling for many reasons. The event continued through midnight when Golliher alleges things became so chaotic that her husband threatened to pull the power if it didn't end soon. She says that, while the event was great exposure for the ranch, it was also the "most confusing" event in the site's history. Golliher says she holds no ill will toward Kanye and will consider day shows in the future, but has put a ban on rap but said she is open to an event with "good music" held during the day.
Because of the ups and downs, Golliher has vowed there will be "no more rappers" at the ranch.