In the midst of criticism surrounding Kanye West’s latest track ‘Vultures’ for alleged anti-Semitic lyrics, his unwavering supporter and seemingly estranged wife, Bianca Censori, has stepped forward to defend him.
The controversy gained momentum when Kanye was spotted dancing to the contentious track alongside his friend Chris Brown in Dubai, sparking further backlash. The rapper faced additional scrutiny for performing the same song during another concert in the same city, attracting a wave of criticism.
Bianca Censori, an Australian architect and Kanye West’s reported ex-wife, has broken her silence on the allegations, expressing her determination to stand by Kanye “until the end of time.” Addressing the accusations, a source exclusively shared with Daily Mail that Censori is aware that things can be taken out of context.
The insider clarified, “She knows that Kanye is not anti-Semitic and he is definitely not racist,” before concluding the statement. This staunch defense from Censori comes on the heels of reports suggesting a distance between her and Kanye during an outing in Dubai.
As the controversy surrounding ‘Vultures’ continues to unfold, Bianca Censori’s steadfast support adds a layer of insight into the artist’s personal life, challenging the public perception of Kanye West amid the contentious lyrics of his latest release.