Kanye West has taken a page out of Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn’s book by crashing a wedding — much to the delight of the bride and groom.
A TikTok video went viral over the weekend showing Ye posing for a photo with the newlyweds in Florence, Italy, where the rap mogul has called home for most of the summer.
“Imagine getting a pic wit Kanye West at your Italian wedding,” the video’s caption reads.
Yeezy, who was draped in his familiar all-black uniform that covered most of his body and face, could be seen shaking the bride’s hand and briefly chopping it up with the groom, who both hail from Atlanta.
“In Atlanta, we live right above Grant Park,” the groom could be heard telling Ye.
Watch the clip below:
It’s unclear what prompted Kanye West to interrupt the wedding ceremony, but the newlywed couple appeared to enjoy the ultimate surprise.
“That’s Kanye East,” one fan joked in the comments section, referencing Ye’s clothes concealing his identity.
The Chicago native is no stranger to doing impromptu things at weddings. At Miami nightlife mogul Dave Grutman’s ceremony back in 2016, he jumped on the mic and referenced his infamous 2009 VMAs incident with Taylor Swift.
“Imma let you finish,” Kanye said. “But Dave and Isabela had one of the best weddings of all time!”
Meanwhile, the 46-year-old made headlines with his wife Bianca Censori last month thanks to a wardrobe malfunction he suffered on a gondola ride in Venice last month.
Viral photos and videos showed West’s bare buttocks on show through his black jacket and pants, which appeared to be pulled down below his waist.
Fueling the outrage was the fact that Kanye could be seen holding his wife’s head near his lap as he was perched on the boat, leading to speculation that she was committing a public sex act on him.
As reported earlier this week, the “obscene” incident has resulted in West and Censori being hit with a lifetime ban by Venezia Turismo Motoscafi, which said the couple are “no longer welcome” aboard its boats.
“On board, the driver had to keep a lookout for traffic and did not see these obscenities,” a spokesperson for the company said in a statement on Monday (September 4). “If this had happened, he would have immediately disembarked and reported the transgressors to those in authority.
“In addition, there was a third person on board the taxi, who accompanied Mr. and Mrs. West, who obstructed the captain’s view to the stern in any case. Mr. West and his wife will certainly no longer be welcome on board our company’s boats.”