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Kanye West and Bianca Censori banned from boat company in Venice for ‘obscene’

Kanye West and his “wife” Bianca Censori have reportedly been kicked out of a Venice boat company following their recent behavior aboard one of their vessels.

The rapper, who legally changed his name to “Ye” in 2021, was photographed with Australian architectural designer Censori enjoying a boat tour of Venice in late August.

However, some of the images showed the couple in a somewhat compromising position. West, 46, appeared with his pants down and his butt in the air, while Censori, 28, appeared crouching between her legs.

Following the publication of the photos, the shipping company issued a statement declaring that the famous couple was no longer welcome on future voyages. Both West and Censori have been banned from using the company’s services.

A spokesperson for Venezia Turismo Motoscafi – whose celebrity clientele includes Lady Gaga, Harry Styles and Ben Affleck – explained that the driver did not see “those obscenities” because he was paying attention to traffic on the water.

The statement added that if the driver had witnessed the couple engaging in any lewd behavior, he would have “immediately disembarked and reported the offenders to the authorities.”

“In addition, there was a third person on board the taxi, accompanying Mr. and Mrs. West, who in any case obstructed the captain’s view astern,” the statement read.

Kanye West reportedly married architectural designer Bianca Censori earlier this year.


“We completely disassociate ourselves from such acts and behavior. Mr. West and his wife will certainly no longer be welcome on board our company’s ships.”

The Independent has contacted representatives for Censori and West for comment.

The couple reportedly tied the knot earlier this year in a non-legally binding ceremony, having first appeared together in public in January.

The ceremony is said to have taken place two months after West finalized his divorce from reality star Kim Kardashian after six years of marriage. The ex-partner has four children together.

Since rising to fame on the music scene in the early 2000s, the Atlanta-born, Chicago-raised rapper – best known for hits like “Stronger” (2007) and “Waves” (2016) – has defined his career with great successes, critical praise and numerous awards.

Kanye West and Taylor Swift

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In recent years, however, the rapper has been the protagonist of several controversies, making headlines not for his music, but for his increasingly erratic behavior and his anti-Semitic comments. Here you can find a complete timeline of his controversial behavior.

In 2022, Adidas and Balenciaga fired West for his “hateful and dangerous” comments about Jewish people. CAA, one of the largest talent agencies in the US, also cut ties with the musician.

Over the years, West’s Twitter account has been suspended (and subsequently reactivated) numerous times due to his online behavior.

Last December, West appeared on the show infowars, by right-wing commentator Alex Jones. During the interview, West made the outrageous statement that he “likes Hitler.”

Earlier that same year, he and right-wing commentator Candace Owens wore “White Lives Matter” T-shirts during Paris Fashion Week.

File: Rapper Kanye West and former president Donald Trump

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West has shared anti-Semitic conspiracy theories on Instagram, including a theory that rapper Diddy was being controlled by Jews. When his account was suspended, West tweeted threats against Jews.

Later, when asked about the tweet during an interview on the show TalkTV by Piers Morgan, West said he “didn’t regret sharing it at all.”

“I fought fire with fire. I’m not here to get wet,” he said. West, however, said he was sorry “for the people I hurt” and “for the confusion I caused.”

His comments have drawn widespread criticism, including from other celebrities. Lizzo and John Legend are some of the stars who have caught the attention of West, who, in turn, said that he “does not believe” in the term anti-Semitism.

In March of this year, after a break On Instagram, West returned to the social network with a post in which he stated that Jonah Hill had made him “like Jewish people again.”

Kanye West wears ‘White Lives Matter’ shirt during Yeezy fashion show


West accompanied the post with a caption, which read: “Seeing Jonah Hill in [la pelĂ­cula de comedia de 2012] 21 Jump Street It made me like Jews again. No one should take anger against one or two individuals and transform it into hate towards millions of innocent people.”

West last released music in February 2022. The album Donde 2however, was only available for streaming on its own streaming device, the Stem Player.

Before that, West released his tenth studio album Where in August 2021.

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