Bianca Censori’s Dad Reportedly Wants A Word With Kanye West Over Revealing Photos

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Bianca Censori's father is allegedly tired of Kanye West's public treatment of his daughter. 

According to insiders, the patriarch, who has been in prison, wants to talk with the rapper about pulling his daughter away from her family and making her into someone who is not respected. 

Bianca Censori's Convicted Father Wants Kanye West To Answer Some Questions 

Shortly after Bianca was seen not wearing underwear under sheer stockings while having dinner with Ye in Paris, France, her father, Elia "Leo" Bianca, reportedly said he wanted a conversation with the controversial artist. 

Keeping in mind that the outfit could lead to legal trouble for her, as France has strict indecency laws that could result in jail time or a hefty fine, one source claimed:

"Bianca's father Leo wants to have a proper sit down with Kanye and ask him what the hell he is thinking when he parades Bianca around like a trashy naked trophy pony."

Per the informant, Bianca's dad "wants to ask" the Yeezy pioneer what he would do if his daughters — North or Chicago — were seen in public wearing revealing clothes because their husbands "encouraged" them to.

Kanye West with wife Bianca Censori

They added, "He knows that there is no way Kanye would allow this for his daughters, so it doesn't make sense why he would encourage it for his own wife." Besides supposedly dressing his wife scantily, Ye has also been accused of keeping her away from her loved ones in Australia. On that, the insider stated:

"If this isn't bad enough, the man who is supposed to protect Mr. and Mrs. Censori's daughter is the same man that is shutting her out from her own family. Leo honestly wants to just sit Kanye down to let him know that he is hurting her family by turning his beloved daughter into a trashy-looking marketable commodity."

After declaring that "No man should ever encourage the woman he loves" to "present herself like this" in public, the source wrapped up, "That's not love; it's control."

Daily Mail reported that claims that Leo might try to confront Ye could be worrying for the record producer, especially since his father-in-law has a somewhat checkered past. 

In case you missed it, the Censori patriarch landed in jail with a five-year sentence after being convicted of having heroin in 1982. He has also been convicted of having a pistol and bullets, as well as selling heroin.

Another interesting tidbit about Leo is that he is the brother of Eris Censori, who was known as a notorious gangland killer and was once compared to "Melbourne's Al Capone." Eris was originally sentenced to death for murder, but later, this sentence was changed to life in prison.

Ye Previously Doubled Down On Why He Is Proud Of Bianca’s Public Choices

Kanye seen leaving e.baldi restaurant all smiles after dining with friends

While onlookers are eager to see if Kanye West will take his father-in-law’s words — and his criminal history — seriously and "act right," the rapper has been busy bragging about how happy his wife makes him.

A little backstory: last month, the father of four opted to show fans multiple views of Bianca dancing provocatively at a Super Bowl after-party via Instagram. Naturally, the "STILL THE KING" captioned clip caused some controversy amongst his fans, who promptly called him out, asking why he would do such a thing.

Not one to back down from a fight, Ye uploaded a response video, where he confirmed, “Y’all, I just wanted to tell everybody I posted my wife three times on purpose.” 

The video then showed Bianca in yet another sheer bodysuit, laughing with her husband. When the 46-year-old returned to the screen, he said:

"So what I’m saying is, I delivered the album, and people [are] still in my comments talking about, 'Why [are] you posting your wife?' Cause she makes me happy. That’s why y’all [are] happy with the music. Cause I am happy, you understand?"

The rapper also cautioned his fans not to say anything negative and told them that if they did not like what he was posting, they should go “f—” themselves. Ye concluded, “Seriously! Leave me. Leave the king the f— alone. I don’t care, bro. Imma post my wife as much as I want. Go post your wife on your f—– Instagram.”

Underneath the since-deleted clip, Ye penned, “Ima post my wife as much as I want bro. It makes me happy. Some people don’t want you to be happy. They want you to make them happy. I decided to make myself happy, and I’m happy with that.”