Kanye ‘Ye’ West Confirms Explicit Incident with ‘Wife’ Bianca Censori in Venice, Italy, Leading to Ban from Boat Rental Company

Kanye ‘Ye’ West Confirms Explicit Incident with ‘Wife’ Bianca Censori in Venice, Italy, Leading to Ban from Boat Rental Company

Incident Confirmation in New Song:

Kanye ‘Ye’ West appears to confirm the widely suspected intimate incident with his second ‘wife,’ Bianca Censori, on a water taxi in the canals of Venice through his recently released song “F** Sumn” from the long-awaited album “Vultures 1.”

Boat Rental Ban Following Indecent Exposure:

The explicit nature of Ye and Censori’s actions resulted in a ban from Venezia Turismo Motoscafi, the boat rental company.

The company expressed their disapproval, emphasizing that they dissociate from such behavior and clarified that had the driver witnessed the obscenities, immediate action would have been taken.

Police Investigation and Potential Legal Consequences:
Venice police initiated an investigation into the ‘offensive’ public display of affection, citing breaches of public decorum.

The local prosecutor may press charges, leading to potential administrative sanctions for acts contrary to public decency.

Artistic Expression and Album Cover Controversy:

West’s creative process reflects the scandal, with explicit themes evident in the album “Vultures 1.” The cover features Bianca Censori nearly nude, emphasizing Ye’s artistic exploration of the incident.

Live Performance and Family Presence:

Ye performed “F** Sumn” live during an album release party, attended by his eldest child, North West.

The rapper’s daughter also contributed a guest rap on his new song “Talking/Once Again,” showcased during the concert.

Family Dynamics and Child Support:

All four of Ye’s children, including North West, attended the concert. Kanye reportedly pays ex-wife Kim Kardashian $200K/month in child support as part of their 20/80 custody arrangement.

Offensive Sampling and Celebrity Reactions:

“Vultures 1” faced criticism for allegedly illegally sampling Ozzy Osbourne’s 1983 live performance and Donna Summer’s 1977 disco hit.

Ozzy Osbourne denounced Kanye as an “antisemite,” while Donna Summer’s estate accused him of copyright infringement.

Upcoming Album Releases and Distribution:

Kanye West and Ty Dolla $ign plan to release “Vultures 2” and “Vultures 3” independently on March 8 and April 5, respectively, through iTunes, Apple Music, and Kanye’s YZY website.

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