Kanye West (now known as Ye) may have tied the knot again following his highly profiled divorce from Kim Kardashian two months ago. The rapper and former billionaire share four young children (North, Chicago, Saint, and Psalm) with the latter, but Kim tries her hardest to protect her kids from Kanye’s outside energies as they’re inhumane.
TMZ first picked up Kanye West’s new marriage to his Yeezy company employee, Bianca Censori. Censori is a twenty-seven-year-old architect with both a BA and MA in architecture from the University of Melbourne (Australia). Per her LinkedIn profile, Censori has been with Yeezy as an architectural designer since November 2020 and has been with Kanye since December 2021.
For his part, Kanye has been dropping subtle hints about his new romance. In a now-deleted Instagram post, Kanye shared his new song, “Someday, We’ll All Be Free,” or “Censori Overload,” with lyrics reflecting his actions, faith, family, and newfound love, The song, however, failed to succeed on several music platforms.
A day after Kanye and Censori were spotted eating lunch together at the Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills earlier this week, the two secretly held a small wedding ceremony. According to those close to the couple, no marriage license has been filed or documented. Despite this and whether the ceremony is legally official, Kanye and Censori’s commitment and vows to one another are very “real.”
So real that Kanye was spotted wearing what suspiciously appeared to be a wedding band, reflecting his love for his new wife.
As for his finalized divorce settlement, Kanye must pay $200,00 monthly to Kim as child support and share joint custody of their children. While the divorce fell on amicable terms, Kanye has lost his moral grip on humanity, including making antisemitic and racist rants in interviews and on social media, idolizing Nazism, and even lashing out at the Kardashian family. His unhinged behavior led to several companies dropping him as a spokesperson, including the German athletic brand Adidas.
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