Los Angeles, Sep 26 (IANS) Rapper Kanye West may be facing legal trouble due to his fashion choice.
According to the 'Daily Mail', West designer broke Italian anti-terror and public order laws for wearing a face mask in public. The laws prohibit wearing items that “hampers an individual’s identification” and are punishable by a fine of up to 2000 Euros, reports aceshowbiz.com.
The law, article 533, was introduced in 1977 to combat domestic terrorism, and restricts face coverings in public unless for religious reasons with prior authorization. "Obviously there are exceptions, wearing a scarf or balaclava over your face during the winter would be tolerated," lawyer Angelo Russo told the news outlet.
He has been opting to wear face covering throughout his European getaway with Bianca. He usually paired his black face mask with an all-black top and pants as well as black socks as he went shoeless.
His wife, meanwhile, has been making headlines for her sultry outfit which consisted of a sheer bodysuit. As if that wasn't enough, the Australian architect ditched her bra, allowing her nipples to be visible for everyone.
Recently, it was said that Bianca is distancing herself from her friends despite their concerns. "A few of her friends were finally able to reach her, but she wasn't interested in talking, nor was she interested in anyone's concerns for her," a source told the Daily Mail on Tuesday, September 19. "She's shut everyone out."
The insider also claimed that the 28-year-old "told one of her former friends to 'f**k off' when they tried to ask if she was OK."
The insider continued, "She is saying that her friends are just jealous of her stardom."
The source went on to say that Bianca is enjoying the world's attention to her.
"Bianca knows how to grab headlines now, and she loves being Kanye's muse because it gives her what she has always wanted - fame," the source alleged. "Her friends are done trying because she is a thirsty lost cause."
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