Kanye West’s wife Bianca Censori wore next to nothing in several seriously steamy photos shared by the controversial rapper – who declared she’ll be wearing “no pants” in 2024
Kanye West’s wife Bianca Censori left almost nothing to the imagination in a series of steamy snaps.
Bianca posed nearly nude in three sultry snaps posted by the controversial rapper, who boldly declared his wife would be wearing less clothes this year. He captioned the nearly nude snaps: “No pants this year”.
The Australian model wore next to nothing in one snap showing her in a miniscule black thong, a fur bra and stockings. She wore a black headscarf while stood on top of various fur garments.
Another snap showed her wearing a dazzlingly tight black corset that could barely contain her boobs. A third photo saw Bianca flash her sideboob in the revealing corset and pose in the mirror with Ye standing behind her.
She decided to top off her look with a leather trench coat. Ye and Bianca got married in secret early last year and it appears they’re heading into 2024 with bolder fashion choices than ever before.
Kanye’s fans were divided over the snaps – one accused the hitmaker of being hypocritical and unfair to ex Kim Kardashian. They wrote: “Wait, didn’t Kanye call Kim out for dressing too provocatively?”
Ye recently apologised to Jewish people after he made horrific remarks about their community a year ago. He caused outrage after making vile comments about Jewish people last year, at one point claiming he was going to “go death con 3 on Jewish people” on X, formerly Twitter.
He was subsequently banned from X and Instagram after his outbursts and lost his lucrative sponsorship deals with Adidas and Balenciaga. Initially, he refused to back down, but it seems he’s had a change of heart many months later.
In a lengthy post written in Hebrew on Instagram last Tuesday (December 26), he wrote: “I sincerely apologise to the Jewish community for any unintended outburst caused by my words or actions.
“It was not my intention to hurt or demean, and I deeply regret any pain I may have caused. I am committed to starting with myself and learning from this experience to ensure greater sensitivity and understanding in the future.”