Venice, Italy

Kanye West didn’t leave much to the imagination as he bared his bare butt cheeks while on a boat ride in Venice, Italy with his wife.

Photos of Ye and his bare buttocks went viral on social media on Monday (August 28) as he and Bianca Censori enjoyed an Italian gondola ride.

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It’s unclear if West realized he had a wardrobe malfunction or simply didn’t care, but he may have had other things on his mind as Censori was photographed in a sexually-suggestive position while on the romantic boat ride.

Kanye was spotted rocking his typical all-black outfit and signature Jesus piece chain, with a bandana covering half of his face, while Censori opted for a grey trench coat.

Check out the clips below and draw conclusions for yourself:

Kanye West has spent much of the summer soaking up the Italian sun as he’s been spotted in cities such as Florence and Rome, where he returned to the stage alongside Travis Scott at his Circus Maximus concert earlier this month.

Meanwhile, a close source to Ye has said that he is currently gearing up to surprise fans with the release of actual new music to indulge in.

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According to NBC News, two sources told the outlet that the controversial rap icon has been locked in the studio and working on music.

One of the sources — who is allegedly close to Yeezy — said that “new music is imminent” from the multi-hyphenate musician.

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While Ye is preparing to release new music, one of his top tier rap contemporaries has said that he doesn’t connect with his music the same anymore.

Black Thought listed off some of his favorite albums in a recent interview with Pitchfork, and spoke highly of Ye’s creative transformation on 2008’s 808s & Heartbreak.

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Although he had high praise for the album, which divided rap fans upon its release but has since proven to be one of the most influential records of the last 15 years, The Roots lyricist said that frankly Kanye’s more recent material doesn’t resonate with him in the same way.

“I connect with Kanye’s music less now,” he admitted. “Maybe it’s because of the rate at which he’s been putting out art and having to keep up. I think his process has become more assembly-line, which in many ways is the Motown model. It works.”

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He added: “I don’t know if anything’s lost, but what is sometimes compromised is the personality. The main person it’s supposed to be about is sometimes overshadowed by all these other writers, producers, and people who are contributing.

“Kanye is less Kanye now than he was when I was a bigger Kanye fan.”