Did Kanye West Get Married? Here’s Who Ye Secretly ‘Tied the Knot’ With
Kanye West has been making headlines for all the wrong reasons for months now. From online rants to praising Hitler
Kanye West has been making headlines for all the wrong reasons for months now.
From online rants to praising Hitler and saying he thinks Nazis did good things, the rapper and erstwhile designer has been persona non grata in Hollywood.
But that hasn’t stopped him from finding love, apparently.
Rumors have been making the rounds that West, who goes by Ye now, is married – and here are the details about that marriage.
Kanye West Marries Yeezy Designer
News broke early Thursday that Kanye West had married again in a secret ceremony.
And his secret bride is none other than Yeezy designer Bianca Censori.
TMZ reported, “Sources connected to the couple tell TMZ the woman is Bianca Censori, she hails from Australia and she’s worked as an architectural designer at Yeezy for several years. She’s also been a brunette until switching things up to the short blonde look we’ve recently seen.
Our sources say Ye and Bianca recently had some sort of wedding ceremony — though we’re told it doesn’t appear they’ve filed a marriage certificate to make it legal.”
Ye was spotted wearing a wedding band when he was photographed at the Waldorf Astoria in West Hollywood alongside his new bride (?).
Censori, who usually sports brunette locks and is a dead ringer for Kim K, had her hair cut short and dyed blonde.
Censori has been at West’s publicly side a few times in the past, and last month he released a song titled, “Censori Overload” which is weirdly romantic of him.
Although it gets a little less romantic when you consider that the first lines of the song are, “Waking up to
‘I can’t do this anymore’ text
And The Bible said
I can’t have anymore sex
Getting married just so you can have sex isn’t a new move, but it’s hardly a storybook romance.
Kim Kardashian Hops on a Plane
Ye’s marriage (?) to Censori comes just two months after his divorce was finalized with Kim Kardashian.
And today, Kim looked radiant and she smiled alongside sis Khloe and mom Kris as they boarded a private jet.
DailyMail reports, “The family members are heading to Toronto in Canada for the funeral for Khloe’s ex Tristan Thompson’s mother Andrea who died last week of a heart attack.”
Whatever feelings Kim may still have for West, it’s clear that she’s not burdened by news that he’s moved on.
The Fall of Kanye West
Alex Jones desperately tries to get Kanye West to clarify that he doesn't actually love Hitler … but nope.— Right Wing Watch (@RightWingWatch) December 1, 2022
Ye: "There's a lot of things that I love about Hitler. A lot of things." pic.twitter.com/QI87RNcx8A
It’s safe to say that newlywed or not, West has fallen long and far from his throne atop the worlds of music, business and design.
These days, none of the major brands want to work with him, and it remains to be seen whether fans will return to his musical stylings.
Some have suggested they’re abandoning West for Taylor Swift, who he publicly embarrassed years ago.
But how much of it is deserved, and how much is runaway cancel culture?
In the case of Kanye West, cancel culture worked the way it was supposed to.
While Ye started off making antisemitic statements that were still vague enough to be offensive but not cancelable, people started taking note.
West was banned from multiple social media platforms, but designer brands didn’t let him go – yet.
It wasn’t until Ye got on the Alex Jones show and openly praised Hitler and the Nazis that everyone with any sense of public relations awareness cut ties.
It’s fair to ask why a Black man is feeling the full wrath of brand censure for what he said while people like Donald Trump and Alex Jones continue to peddle racist and harmful views without repercussion, and there’s a larger conversation to be had.
But in the case of Ye alone – he found out what happens when you spread hate and brands listen to their consumers.