Kanye West covers face in eerie ‘Jesus mask’ at Super Bowl with Bianca Censori – as ex Kim Kardashian also sits in crowd
Kanye recently released his highly-anticipated album – but received negative feedback from fans
KANYE West has covered his face with an eerie mask while at the Super Bowl.
His latest fashion statement comes after the negative attention his album, Vultures 1, has received from fans.
Kanye West and his wife Bianca Censori attended the 2024 Super BowlCredit: Instagram/kanyewest
Kanye wore his familiar all-black ensembleCredit: Reuters
Kim Kardashian was also spotted at the gameCredit: BackGrid
On Sunday, Kanye, 46, and his wife, Bianca Censori, 29, watched the San Fransisco 49ers take on the Kansas City Chiefs in the 2024 Super Bowl.
In a new video shared on his Instagram, the Flashing Lights hitmaker gave fans a glimpse at his outfit of the evening.
He wore his familiar tight hosiery mask that covered his entire face along with another black mask over it with a silhouette of Jesus in the middle.
The rap music star also wore a leather jacket zipped up to his neck.
He captioned his post, “Alexander McQueen Jesus Mask.”
His ex-wife, Kim Kardashian, 43, along with her sister, Khloe, 38, was also in attendance at the Las Vegas arena.
Before the big game, the two Kardashian sisters were spotted entering Allegiant Stadium.
This isn’t the first time the star’s had an awkward run-in.
A FAMILY OUTING
Last month, the exes were spotted at Nobu Malibu in Los Angeles, California.
Kim brought their daughter, North, along with a gaggle of her friends along for the meal.
North, as well as cousin Penelope Disick, 11, and their crew were all decked out in matching black, long-sleeve shirts with a Vultures logo pattern, in support of Kanye’s upcoming new album.
Ye’s release with collaborator Ty Dollar $ign has been pushed back more than once and was finally been released on February 9 – and many fans were left disappointed.
In an online forum, critics shared their frustrations with the rapper’s lackluster first volume.
“Kinda disappointed. Maybe I’m getting too old, but I didn’t enjoy this album very much,” one critic said.
“Definitely not perfect mixing. I think King is a bit low,” another critic noted.
“The mix is actually a letdown. It feels half-done. A lot of other tunes still need work,” a third critic mentioned.
“Songs are unstructured all over the place. It’s good, but not quite great,” a fourth person wrote.
“Listened. Mixing is ehh. Donda had a better record. It was meaningful. This is just some wack lyrics,” a commentator chimed.
‘WANT NO ASSOCIATION WITH THIS MAN’
The criticism continued when rock legend Ozzy Osbourne, 75, accused Kanye of sampling one of his songs without permission.
This past Friday, the rock star legend tweeted an all-caps rant on X, the platform formerly known as Twitter.
“[Kanye West] ASKED PERMISSION TO SAMPLE A SECTION OF A 1983 LIVE PERFORMANCE OF ‘WAR PIG’ FROM THE US FESTIVAL WITHOUT VOCALS & WAS REFUSED PERMISSION BECAUSE HE IS AN ANTISEMITE AND HAS CAUSED UNTOLD HEARTACHE TO MANY,” he wrote.
“HE WENT AHEAD AND USED THE SAMPLE ANYWAY AT HIS ALBUM LISTENING PARTY LAST NIGHT.”
“I WANT NO ASSOCIATION WITH THIS MAN!” Ozzy closed.
Ye clapped back on his Instagram Story and shared a photo of Ozzy and his wife, Sharon Osbourne, 71, dressed up as himself and Bianca for Halloween.
Above his mask, he wore another one with Jesus in the middleCredit: Reuters
Kim and Kanye have had some awkward run-ins over the last monthCredit: AFP