Wyoming Ranch Owner Bans Rappers After Kanye West's 'Ye' Listening Party

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The G.O.O.D. Music leader's event was reportedly 40 decibels over the legal limit.

(AllHipHop News) Kanye West invited music industry insiders to Wyoming to hear his latest album Ye. Thousands of people streamed the listening party on the WAV app and the event made headlines across the internet.

However, local residents apparently were not pleased about Kanye's outdoor gathering. The Blastreports that Ye violated the strict noise ordinances of Teton County.

Additionally, Diamond Cross Ranch owner Jane Golliher told the celebrity news website that she's no longer allowing rappers to use her facility. Golliher took issue with Kanye constantly changing the plans for the bash.

The party was supposedly scheduled to be over by 10 pm but it didn't begin until 9:30 pm. Golliher's husband even threatened to cut the power off around midnight unless the event ended.

She also believed the organizers should have been charged at least $50,000 instead of the price they actually paid. Despite the troubles, Golliher expressed there are no hard feelings for West, his team, or his guests.

Ye was released on June 1. The LP includes contributions from Ty Dolla $ign, PartyNextDoor, Jeremih, Kid Cudi, Nicki Minaj, Charlie Wilson, and 070 Shake. The critical response to the project has been mixed.