Kanye West Gushes Over Wife Bianca Censori on Her 29th Birthday: ‘I Love You So Much’

Kanye West Gushes Over Wife Bianca Censori on Her 29th Birthday: ‘I Love You So Much’

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Kanye West is celebrating his wife’s special day. On Saturday (Jan. 6), the 46-year-old rapper, who now goes by Ye, took to social media to gush over Bianca Censori on her 29th birthday.

“Happy birthday to the most beautiful super bad iconic muse inspirational talented artist masters degree in architecture 140 IQ loving by my side everyday when half the world turned their backs on me and the most amazing step mom to our children I love you so much thank you for sharing your life with me,” Ye wrote on Instagram alongside a photo of Censori.

The rapper — who’s Vultures album with Ty Dolla $ign is expected to drop soon — shared numerous other photos of his wife on Saturday morning.

“I miss you when I wake up before you,” he captioned a snapshot of Censori flashing a smile while sporting a Vultures sweatshirt and furry white boots.

In another image, Ye dons a black armless hoodie while Censori covers her nearly-naked body with a purple pillow. “Yall know who ran the summer,” the rapper wrote.

Vultures, which was scheduled to drop on New Year’s Eve, includes features by Future, Lil Baby, Playboi Carti, Freddie Gibbs, North West and more. Ahead of the album’s original planned release in mid-December, Ye and Ty were in promo mode in Miami, doing a bevy of listening parties and performances at Art Basel and Club Liv. Ye popped up at Wynwood Marketplace in mid-December to preview the album, appearing in a black Klu Klux Klan-style hood and performed the album’s title track with his daughter North West standing alongside him. Of course, his outfit of choice sparked controversy and caused chatter on social media. 

Vultures is Ye’s first album since the release of his 2021 album, Donda, which won a pair of Grammys the following year, most notably best rap song for “Jail.” As for Ye and Ty, their collaborations date back to Ty’s “Ego Death” (2020), Ye’s “Everything We Need” (2019), “Real Friends” (2016), and “Only One” (2014). 

See Ye’s birthday post to Censori on Instagram here.

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