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Donald Dillingham’s Father Robert Says Kanye Kidnapped His Son & Forced Him to Go to New Donda Academy

Kanye’s Donda Academy is starting to pick up a lot of steam after getting a few top basketball recruits to transfer there.

Among the names are Jahki Howard, who is currently ranked 5th in ESPN’s class of 2024 rankings. Zion Cruz, who is 56th in the class of 2022 rankings, and Robert Dillingham, who is ranked 8th in the class of 2023 rankings.

Dillingham, though, according to his father, is awol, and he hasn’t heard from him in 21 days. To make matters worse, his father never gave Dillingham, who is 16, permission to attend the Donda Academy as reported by Awesemo.

“Donald said after not hearing from his son, he eventually found out about his apparent move with Kanye on TV! It was also brought to his attention that Kanye had previously contacted the boy directly and [allegedly] pressured him to come to his academy. Kanye reportedly FaceTimed Robert and asked” “are you coming here or are you going to let it g”?” referring to the opportunity.”

The question is, how is his 16-year-old son flying around without his father’s permission? Where is his mother? Someone had to sign off on this.

According to Mr. Dillingham, a family friend has essentially kidnapped his son and put him on a plane to California.

Listen, Kanye is a legendary artist, but I would not trust him to run a school. This has Bishop Sycamore written all over it.

If you are reading this, Robert, please get in touch with your father immediately to let him know you are ok. That would help a lot of things. Hopefully, Kanye is doing right by these kids and doesn’t leave them stranded when he gets bored with this particular project. Kanye has mental health issues, not really something you want in an educator.

Hopefully, this is all just a misunderstanding.

Flip through the pages to Dillingham’s father speak.

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