Kanye West’s and wife ‘banned for life’ from Venice boat company
Kanye West and his wife Bianca Censori have been banned for life by Venice boat company for ‘indecent exposure’.
Bianca Censori, the “wife” of American rapper Kanye West has allegedly been banned for life by a Venetian boat company after their “indecent” exposure.
KANYE AND BIANCA CENSORI BANNED FOR LIFE FROM VENICE BOAT COMPANY?
Venezia Turismo Motoscafi, the company that rented the boat to Kanye West and Bianca Censori told Daily Mail Austrailia that the couple “will no longer be welcome” on all their vessels. The rapper married Bianca in a non-legally binding ceremony in January this year. Just two months after his divorce from reality star and businesswoman Kim Kardashian was finalised in November 2022.
The company claimed their employees were “completely unaware” that the rapper dropped his pants on board until the photos went public last week, in a statement to the publication.
“The driver had to keep a lookout for traffic and did not see these obscenities,” said the company.
“If this had happened, he would have immediately disembarked and reported the transgressors to those in authority,” the company continued.
This comes after Kanye exposed his rear end while on a boat ride in Venice.
🔥🚨DEVELOPING: Kanye West and his wife Bianca Censori were banned from boarding boats in Venice for life due to allegations of indecent exposure. pic.twitter.com/kuhlrHXBc9— Dom Lucre | Breaker of Narratives (@dom_lucre) September 4, 2023
“Mr. West and his wife will certainly no longer be welcome on board our company’s boats,” the company added.
BIANCA CENSORI TO BE PUNISHED BY ITALIAN POLICE?
This comes after Bianca Censori turned heads on Sunday 20 August when she stepped out in a nude, see-through catsuit, which almost looked as if she was naked, while in Italy.
Bianca has been spotted in some risque outfits before. This time she reportedly decided to go braless and was forced to cover her nipples with a black cross-body bag. Take a look…
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Daily Mail reports that within the laws of the Italian Constitutional Court that a fine of between € 5000 – 10 000 can be issued. Alternatively, “whoever exposes in a place or nearby to a place attended by minors, may be sentenced from four months to four years imprisonment”.