Kanye West’s wife Bianca Censori has caused a stir in Italy as locals have asked authorities to punish the Yeezy architect for some recent wardrobe choices that they deem “indecent.”
Ye and his new wife paid a visit to the conservative Catholic country earlier this month, and residents have apparently started to demand that police take action against the latter for walking around “virtually naked” all the time.
Censori was spotted by The Daily Mail on Sunday (August 20) meandering around braless in a tan, skintight jumpsuit that left little to the imagination.
At points, she was forced to cover her nipples with a black cross-body bag. Meanwhile, Kanye could be seen hiding under a black snood paired with a saggy black jacket and trousers.
The Italian Constitutional Court reads that a fine from €5,000 to €10,000 ($5,424 to $10,849) can be issued for “public indecency.” If said nudity occurs in a place or near a place attended by minors, the accused may face up to four years in prison.
Check out photos of some her controversial minimalistic outfits below:
Bianca Censori previously made headlines in May when she was seen on Instagram modeling with nothing more than a black square of material covering her breasts, a black cross on her butt and a black landing strip covering her vagina. Some users deemed the look “blasphemous.”
“This ain’t Christ like,” one disgruntled person commented on Instagram, while another wrote: “Ye going to hell.”
Ye tied the knot with Censori in a private ceremony at the top of 2023, but it seems the couple haven’t yet filed a marriage certificate to make it legal. Regardless, that hasn’t stopped the newly weds from packing on some serious PDA in recent weeks.
The Yeezy mogul also reportedly made plans to visit Censori’s family in Melbourne before their wedding, but according to TMZ, Australia’s Education Minister Jason Clare implied they could potentially turn Ye away due to the string of antisemitic comments he made last year.
“I expect that if he does apply, he would have to go through the same process and answer the same questions,” Clare told Nine Network TV at the time, lightly hinting at Australia’s long-running history of turning away people with antisemitic beliefs.
Ye and his ex-wife Kim Kardashian finalized their divorce last November after sorting out the last of their child custody and property issues in court.