On December 10, 2021, it was reported that Kutti allegedly pressed a Georgia election worker to confess to bogus fraud charges. Trevian Kutti is a brand strategist, marketer, and publicist. A spokesperson for Kanye, Pierre Rougier, relayed to Reuters that Trevian Kutti was “not associated” with Ye at the time of her berating a 62-year-old election worker in Georgia and accusing them of committing fraud against Donald Trump in the 2020 Election.
Reuters released footage of Kutti going after Georgia election worker, Ruby Freeman, in January and warning her that she’d be arrested within 48 hours if she didn’t confess to the crimes laid out by Donald Trump that she committed election fraud by counting fake votes. "As a respected market and brand strategist to fashion, entertainment and media industries, in 2012, Kutti went even further and added HBO docuseries production and artist management." "Her rolodex contains luxury designer showrooms and factories, top media and pr firms, as well as the celebrities that boost the brands." Media reports have cited Kutti's association with Kanye West since 2018 when she ceased working with R. Kelly.
“Trevian Kutti was not associated with Kanye West or any of his enterprises at the times of the facts that are reported in these articles or since these facts occurred,” Rougier relayed. While Kanye West came up short in the 2020 election, he’s planning to run once again in 2024. Yeezy teased his second shot at a presidential bid during the end of his explosive Drink Champs interview in November. Kutti reportedly told Ruby Freeman she was sent by a "high-profile individual" but didn't mention West. Kutti and Freeman reportedly then talked in private, with Kutti putting a man on the phone identified as Harrison Ford (not to be confused with the actor) and pressured her to confess to the false voter fraud claims. Freeman says Kutti warned, "If you don't tell everything, you're going to jail." After growing suspicious, Freeman reportedly called for an officer and ended the conversation.
West has expressed support for Trump and met with him at the White House in 2018. The rapper, who ran for president in 2020, said in a recent interview he still supports Trump. "I still got a red hat on today," West said, referring to Trump's Make America Great Again hats. "I'll let y'all know that. I might not got it on, but I'll let y'all know where I stand with it."