Kanye West is allegedly imposing strict rules on his partner, Bianca Censori, including a mandate to remain silent and adhere to specific clothing choices, as reported by a recent source. According to the insider close to the Yeezy designer, it is claimed that West has influenced Censori to follow these particular instructions.
Reportedly, Kanye West has established a series of regulations for Bianca, which include refraining from speaking and conforming to his chosen attire. The source asserted, “She is also obligated to consume certain foods and engage in workouts, even though Kanye himself does not partake in physical exercise.” It is suggested that West, 46, has gained complete control over Censori by convincing her of their “royal” status, leaving her without an independent voice, according to the insider.
These recent allegations surface approximately one month after acquaintances of Censori expressed concerns that West was transforming her into a “radicalized” version of his former wife, Kim Kardashian, with whom he shares four children. At that time, a source shared, “Everyone is extremely concerned. This is not her true self. She is known for her outspoken and vibrant personality, never one to remain silent.”
Kanye West and Bianca Censori, 28, have been residing in Europe for several months, during which Censori has been seen modeling highly provocative outfits. Fashion designers familiar with West’s work revealed that he operates a workshop in Italy dedicated to producing Censori’s full-body stocking ensembles. One designer explained that West’s team can create almost anything he envisions on the spot, without a structured design process.
Despite ongoing rumors about West’s controlling behavior, one designer emphasized that West and Censori collaborate on her wardrobe choices. According to the designer, “Bianca has significant input into her clothing selections. Everything she wears reflects both her and Kanye’s creative vision. They aim to demonstrate that self-expression is attainable and accessible, even in everyday items like tights.”