Kanye West's partner Bianca Censori seen walking around shoeless at Disneyland, where bare feet are prohibited

The theme park's posted dress code cites bare feet as a style that "may result in refusal of admittance or ejection."

A stir was afoot at Disneyland after Kanye West and his partner, Bianca Censori, were seen strolling through it in a bizarre fashion, with the latter appearing shoeless. This would violate the California theme park's posted dress code, which explicitly prohibits "bare feet" on the property.

Videos circulating online show Censori, 29, holding the 46-year-old rapper's hand as they walked through the park's Star Wars–themed Galaxy's Edge area toward the land's Smuggler's Run interactive simulator ride.

One video zooms in on West and Censori, revealing what looks to be tan-colored material wrapped around her otherwise bare feet.

An entourage follows close behind the couple, while a Disneyland cast member leads the group through a corridor flanked by other park officials wearing bright vests.

<p>Swan Gallet/WWD via Getty; Amy Sussman/Getty</p> Kanye West and Bianca Censori; Disneyland's Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge

Swan Gallet/WWD via Getty; Amy Sussman/Getty

Kanye West and Bianca Censori; Disneyland's Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge

According to Disneyland's website, "attire that is not appropriate for the theme parks (and which may result in refusal of admittance or ejection) includes but is not limited to" things like character costumes worn by people over the age of 14 and clothing featuring "objectionable material," as well as "bare feet."

EW has reached out to representatives for Disneyland and West for comment.

Censori and West (now known professionally as Ye) went public with their relationship in 2022, following the musician's separation from Kim Kardashian. That year marked a turbulent one for the performer, who courted controversy when he voiced both admiration for Adolf Hitler and anti-Jewish sentiments.

In April, Trevor Phillips, a former employee of West's Donda Academy and Yeezy clothing brand, sued the rapper in Los Angeles after alleging racism, homophobia, antisemitism, and harassment. (Representatives for West did not respond to EW's request for comment on the lawsuit.)

See another video of Censori and West at Disneyland here.

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