Kanye West and his wife Bianca Censori paid a visit to one of Ye’s favorite restaurants in Chick-Fil-A prior to hitting the gym earlier this week.

According to TMZ, Ye and his wifey were photographed on their way to the gym and stopped by the Chick-Fil-A drive-thru as a pre-workout snack in the West Hollywood area on Monday afternoon (May 15).

Yeezy was spotted rocking his new go-to tight spandex pants and a black leather sweater of sorts as he sipped on a possible sweet Chick-Fil-A lemonade.

As for his latest style change, Kanye West had a cross shaved into the back of his head. The G.O.O.D. Music founder was spotted with the holy new addition on Monday.

After much public scrutiny in recent weeks, Ye decided to ditch the kneepads from his look with a toasty Los Angeles summer on the horizon.

WWE wrestler Matt Cardona clowned Kanye’s outfit in a post to his 1.8 million followers on Sunday (May 14).

“Kanye is wearing kickpads now?!” he wrote in the caption. “He looks like an Indy worker now. Is he coming after THE INDY GOD?! Be a man Kanye..c’mon don’t be scared…you’re running from Broski…that’s what I heard!!!”

Instagram users took to the comments of Matt Cardona’s post to react to Kanye West’s new outfit.

“Kanye 100% doesn’t know what they are used for,” one person wrote.

Another said: “He about to wrestle at wrestlemania.”

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Despite the criticism, it looks like the item may be available to the public soon. Last week, it was revealed Kanye West’s Mascotte Holdings Inc. applied to trademark “YZY SOCK SHOES.”

Fans of Kanye’s adidas YEEZY line are in luck as the footwear giant announced plans to start selling the existing stock of YEEZY sneakers once again.

Adidas CEO Bjørn Gulden revealed last week that the brand will donate a portion of Yeezy proceeds to charity.

In addition, adidas’ collaboration and agreement with West provides West with a 15 percent commission on all sales.

Due to sustainability concerns, adidas ultimately decided not to destroy the millions of remaining unsold Yeezys after the business deal was broken up.