Kanye West Confronts Paparazzi Taking Pictures of Him and Rumoured Wife, Demands Payment: "Just Stop"

Kanye West Confronts Paparazzi Taking Pictures of Him and Rumoured Wife, Demands Payment: "Just Stop"

  • Kanye West has been keeping a low profile even after rumours of his alleged wedding surfaced on social media
  • The US rapper while out with his new rumoured wife, asked the paparazzi to stop taking pictures of him
  • The father of four noted that it was not fair for them to make money out of him yet he did not get any share from their profits

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US rapper Kanye West has confronted paparazzi taking photos of him and his alleged new wife Bianca Censori.

Kanye West ad rumoured wife Bianca Censori.
Kanye West tells paparazzi to stop taking snaps of him. Photo: PEOPLE, The Shade Room.
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Kanye asks paparazzi to stop filming him

The father of four has been keeping a low profile in recent weeks, amid rumours that he got married to Yeezy designer Bianca Censori.

On Monday, January 23, Ye resurfaced and was captured on video shared by The Shade Room as Ye and Censori attempted to get into their car after leaving a tanning salon.

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In the clip, Ye gets angry after realising he was being filmed.

"Stop. Just stop, bro, It's antagonistic. You got the shot. It's like, you don't even know. You just jump up on people like this," Kanye warned.

The rapper then schooled the photographer on the first time he ever took meds over his anger issues, and when he last went to his anger management class.

"Do you know the first time I took meds, where I was? cause I got mad at the paparazzi. Do you know what paparazzi was? The same ones that shot Brittney. My dad did photography for newspapers. It has to be some kind of balance, some kind of conversation. I can't live in California and my life like I'm some kind of caged animal."

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Kanye noted that he, and Censori do not even get a share of the money paparazzi makes off them and it was not fair to just pop up in their lives.

"The media doesn't have a right to just, boom, pop up, we ain't have no idea. Then I have no say so in the shot. It's not just that. It's the entire media. Y'all find out where we are at. Y'all take this photo. What percentage of the money do we get off these photos?"

Kanye and Kim's divorce

Separately, Kim Kardashian and Kanye reportedly finalised their divorce in November 2022, and Ye will pay his ex-wife a whopping R3.4 million a month in child support.

The Can't Tell Me Nothing hitmaker and the reality TV star will share joint custody of their four children and will have 'equal access' to them.

Social media users shared mixed reactions to the news, with many agreeing that the child support for a month was just too much for raising kids.

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