Kanye West is well on his way to dominating the summer with the several releases coming out of the G.O.O.D Music camp. However, he recently got involved in more controversy over the weekend after Rhymefest accused him of abandoning nonprofit organization, Donda House. Kim Kardashian and Rhymefest got into it on Twitter before the organization decided to distance themselves from Kanye West as well as change the name of it after Kim's Twitter tirade. However, a new report suggests that the company was already on it's way to shutting down prior to the incident.

According to theBlast, Donda House was already facing dangers of shutting down prior to this weekend's dispute. They say that the organization classified as "not good standing" by the Office Of Illinois Secretary of State.

A Secretary of State official told them that Donda House failed to file their annual report on April 1st which caused them to lose their "Good Standing" classification with him. The annual report needs to include the board of directors and the stated goal or purpose. The report also reveals that Kanye's been listed as a director for Donda House in previous filings.

Unfortunately, the report says that the company was already on it's way to shutting down before Rhymefest and Kim got into it on Twitter. The official for Illinois Secretary of State said the company would automatically dissolve after approximately five months of being in "Not Good Standing."