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Kanye West & Bianca Censori Accosted By Angry Stranger: ‘I Ain’t Kid Cudi, Dawg!’

Los Angeles, CA – 

Kanye West and his wife Bianca Censori were accosted by an angry stranger in a Los Angeles car park this week.

In a video posted online by TMZ on Monday (January 22), West and Censori can be seen walking towards their car when a man begins yelling at them, even namedropping Kid Cudi, JAY-Z, Playboi Carti and other rappers.


The couple ignored the culprit the entire time, although Kanye rolled down his window after getting in his car and listened for several moments before driving away safely.

West was the target of the unknown man’s incoherent rant as he hurled profanity-laced insults at the rapper: “You trying to copy the White folks so fucking bad. You ain’t shit, boy! He thinks he’s so smart, so new, so nifty. And Playboi Carti, too. A little fuckboy. I am a god. Lucifer, homie.”


He continued: “I ain’t no Kid Cudi. I ain’t Cudi, dawg. I am the realest, boy. Not Hov, not you. I ain’t Lupe Fiasco. I ain’t Mos Def, dawg. I am the one, boy. This is my fucking block. I am homeless 12 years, Ye. I ain’t listened since ’07. Not since Graduation.”

It is not yet known if the man has any links to West.

It has been an eventful week for Kanye West and Bianca Censori after the rapper and fashion designer posted pictures of his wife in various states of undress.

Many fans criticized Kanye over how he presents Censori online.


“Why do you exploit this poor woman? Shame on you. You need therapy sir,” wrote one commenter, while another cited West’s ex-wife, Kim Kardashian, as an example of how he is a hypocrite.

“I remember the episode where he was telling Kim he didn’t want her to expose herself so much. FFWD to this. Poor girl being degraded on the daily. I hope she believes in herself to realize she is much more than this,” they said.

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Ye has also found himself back in hot water after wearing a T-shirt emblazoned with neo-Nazi heavy metal musician, Varg Vikernes.

Vikernes has previously been found guilty of “inciting racial hatred” in his native Norway.


This was not the first time that the rap mogul has established links to Vikernes as the cover for Vultures, his upcoming joint album with Ty Dolla $ign, took inspiration from one of the Norwegian’s own artworks.

Vikernes has denied any association with West, saying: “I know very little about him or what he says or does, and I kind of have very little incentive to find out. it is better to spend time on something more fruitful.”