Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, who were legally wed in 2014, have had a tumultuous relationship.The couple’s four kids are North, age nine, Saint, age seven, Chicago, age four, and Psalm, age three. The TV reality star requested a divorce in February 2021, citing irreconcilable differences.
Several months after formally severing ties with curvaceous American socialite and media queen Kim Kardashian, embattled artist Kanye West is rumored to have remarried.
The hip-hop artist, now going by Ye, reportedly wed a ‘Kardashian lookalike’ named Bianca Censori in secret as the dust from their contentious divorce began to settle. The Australian lady, 27, serves as the “head of architecture” for his company Yeezy.
As Ye supposedly seemed to be seen with a sizable new band on his left wedding finger, rumors began to fly. Additionally, the young blonde and the musician were spotted dining for two at the Beverly Hills Waldorf Astoria.
Naturally brunette Censori was displaying her short, bleached hairstyle.
West, 45, is thought to have made a hint about the new relationship in his song “Censori Overload,” which was published in the beginning of December.
Who is Bianca Censori?
Bianca Censori joined the company in November 2020 and currently works for Ye’s clothing line, Yeezy. After graduating from high school, Bianca is claimed to have started a jewelry company called Nylons before enrolling in the University of Melbourne’s architecture program.
Censori, who graduated from the University of Melbourne with a Bachelor’s and a Master’s degree, relocated to Los Angeles in the US and was hired by Yeezy in 2020.
Concerning Kanye West’s difficulties
On November 29, 2022, Ye and his ex-wife officially ended their marriage. The rapper was sentenced to pay $200,000 a month in child support.
He has recently had to deal with a lot of blowback because of his comments, social media posts, and interviews that angered the general people.
After making antisemitic comments on his account, the rapper’s Twitter account was suspended on 10 October.
On November 20, the platform’s new owner Elon Musk welcomed him back, but that did not last long.
For posting a picture of a swastika inside a Star of David, which broke the platform’s rules against inciting violence, the tech mogul suspended the artist once more.