Kanye West wears full-face mask while attending soccer game with Bianca Censori

Kanye West
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Kanye West tries to go Incognito!

On Tuesday, the artist was seen wearing a black face mask, which covered his whole face, pairing it with a black hooded jacket that he wore over his head, as he attended the pro soccer game in Milan with his wife, Bianca Censori.

Censori, who is an architect, designer, and entrepreneur, was seen twinning with her husband, as she wore a black turtleneck and a trench coat for the outing, completing her look with a slicked-back hairstyle for her dark Bob cut.

The couple was also seen twinning outfits, just a day before this outing in Florence, Italy. But West didn’t appear in the mask like he did later at the soccer game.

The “Flashing Lights” singer and Censori, who got married in December 2022, have moved to Italy to work on a new clothing line. Even though West’s love for masks was visible for a while in the past, he’s been wearing them even more often recently.

Recently, at the 2024 Super Bowl, the rapper caught attention by wearing an old Alexander McQueen mask with a white crucifix between the eyes, before he was seen at his son Saint’s basketball game on Feb. 2, wearing a white mask that looked like the one worn by the killer Jason Voorhees in “Friday the 13th.”

West also wore another mask inspired by Jason Voorhees on the album cover for his new album “Vultures 1,” on which Censori is also shown with her back to the camera, wearing a small piece of cloth to cover her bottom. He seemed to wear the same face mask while surprising everyone with a performance at Travis Scott’s Circus Maximus Tour show in Orlando, Florida. Besides his unique fashion, West has been in the headlines because he said he was almost broke after getting criticized for making antisemitic comments in late 2022. In a conversation with TMZ last week the designer said, “I was two months from going bankrupt, and I put everything I had into it,” talking about the success of his new album “Vultures 1.”

“We moved to Italy. We moved to the factories, and we survived. We survived the cancellation. We’re back No. 1,” he said while talking about the consequences he had to face after he made those comments, as not only did his record label stop working with him, but he also lost deals with some well-known brands.

Despite some of its not very appropriate lyrics, including the line, “And I’m still crazy, bipolar, antisemite / And I’m still the king,” “Vultures 1” is now at the top of the Billboard 200 chart.

Even after facing criticism for his controversial comments, the Grammy winner doesn’t seem to have any regrets, instead, he believes that “They got the right to their opinion — I got the right to my opinion,” as he said so in a conversation with TMZ.