Kanye West Fires Back After Being Named Suspect in Battery Report Involving Bianca Censori
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After the rapper is named as a suspect in a battery case, a representative for the Chicago star insists that the man he allegedly punched had physically assaulted his wife.

AceShowbiz - Kanye West has spoken out after he was named as a suspect in a battery case in Los Angeles. A representative for the Chicago star insisted that the man he allegedly punched had physically assaulted his wife Bianca Censori.

In a statement to TMZ on Wednesday, April 17, the rep shut down the man's claim that he only grabbed the Yeezy architectural designer. " 'Grabbed' is grossly inadequate as a description of what happened. Bianca was physically assaulted," the statement read.

"The assailant didn't merely collide into her," the rep continued. "He put his hands under her dress, directly on her body, he grabbed her waist, he spun her around, and then he blew her kisses. She was battered and sexually assaulted."

The statement came after it was reported that Ye punched a man in the face late Tuesday night for allegedly pushing and grabbing Bianca. According to the news outlet, the married couple bailed after the alleged physical altercation.

The law enforcement is allegedly investigating the case. It was also said that the police are planning to reach out to Kanye to share his side of the story. They are also set to speak to witnesses. According to FOX 11, the alleged incident took place at the iconic Chateau Marmont Hotel on Sunset Boulevard.

This wasn't the first time Ye was involved in a battery investigation. Last year, the "Gold Digger" rapper made headlines after a video featured him grabbing a photographer's phone and throwing it in an intersection. The hip-hop musician wasn't charged.

Earlier this year, a man sued Ye for assault and battery. The man, who was named Justin Poplawski, accused the rap star of striking him in downtown L.A. in a 2022 incident. Justin claimed that he was waiting outside a hotel to get the rapper's signature, but the "Graduation" rapper told him to "Go the f**k [out of] here before I beat you the f**k up."

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