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Former Adult Film Star Urges Kanye West To Remember ‘Jesus Is King’ and Not To Launch Porn Studio

Brittni De La Mora
L: Brittni De La Mora. Screengrab from X / @BrittniDeLaMora. R: Kanye West. Various (cropped and combined together by Célestin Denis), CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Former adult film star Brittni De La Mora pleaded with Kanye West, who now goes by Ye, not to launch his own pornography studio but to “follow Jesus” wholeheartedly. On Tuesday, April 23, TMZ broke the news that West is considering going into business with Mike Moz, Stormy Daniels’ ex-husband, whom De La Mora knows personally.

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“I can’t believe what I just read,” said De La Mora in a video posted to X, formerly Twitter. “The news says that Kanye is going to start an adult website, and he is working with Mike Moz, who I actually know personally because I was in the adult film industry for seven years of my life.”

Brittni De La Mora: ‘This Is Not the Way’

Brittni De La Mora and her husband, Richard, founded Love Always Ministries, a non-profit that “helps people walk in their calling by discovering God’s love and leading a victorious life through purity.” In addition to providing other resources, they co-host the “Let’s Talk Purity” podcast.

The Love Always website says that De La Mora “was once named one of the world’s most famous porn stars” but her time in the industry was full of her “deepest, darkest days of despair, leading her to survive by way of drugs, alcohol, and ultimately, failed attempts of suicide.”

“Through a divine series of events, she began to encounter the love of God,” the site says, “which became substantial enough for her to make a dramatic, unexpected decision by all who knew her to leave the industry overnight.”

Several years ago, Kanye West appeared to have gone through a spiritual transformation, hosting concerts he called “Sunday Services” and releasing several albums with prominent Christian themes, including “Jesus Is King” and “Donda.” He was named Billboard’s Top Gospel Artist of 2023

However, as Page Six (which confirmed TMZ’s report) put it, West seems to have “put his Christianity voyage on pause.” In the past several years, he has made antisemitic comments, said “I’m the god of me,” and released an album where he says “I’m the new Jesus” and alludes to sexual violence. 

In 2022, West posted on social media that porn had destroyed his family and that he had a pornography addiction. A month later, West made headlines for showing an adult film in a meeting with Adidas executives.

“I am so heartbroken,” said De La Mora. Speaking directly to West, she referenced a time when he posted on social media, “The use of Porn destroyed my family but Jesus will heal everything.”

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