AceShowbiz - Kanye West and his wife Bianca Censori's McDonald's outing apparently went south. According to a new report, the couple was spotted having a "tense conversation" while at a drive-thru McDonald's in Los Angeles.
In pictures obtained by The Sun, the pair appeared to be in a sour mood while waiting for their food. The "Donda" artist and the Yeezy architectural designer looked straight ahead with gloomy faces.
Bianca was later seen enjoying her ice cream while Ye drove off with his black Land Rover Defender. It remains unknown what causes the tension between the couple, but a recent report suggested that Bianca is "not really about being famous" and has "struggled" with being in the spotlight.
"Bianca doesn't hang too much with her own crowd, she's all about Kanye and mostly with him 24/7, but dating Kanye really can be a full-time job," a source previously claimed. "Bianca has known Ye a long time, she has a lot of patience, she knows how to handle him, and is happy for him to be in the forefront."
Meanwhile, it was said that Bianca is essential for Ye after he "hit rock bottom." The 46-year-old embattled rapper allegedly could "get back on the road to redemption" with the help of his new wife.
PR expert Edward Coram-James told The Mirror, "His new wife may well be an asset to this journey." He added, "Setting aside the seemingly unorthodox circumstances around their wedding, it appears as though she is genuinely camera and publicity shy."
"A bit of camera shyness would do Kanye wonders for the next 18-months and, if she is able to rub off on him in that way, she may well be the healing ingredient that he may so badly need," he continued.
"To get back on the road to redemption, if indeed that road exists, he must make genuine strides towards healing," he noted.
He added, "I would suggest that he releases a public statement apologizing profusely for the racist statements made last year, acknowledging the pain and suffering that they caused while explaining that they were the result of his personal struggles, were not meant and did not reflect his actual beliefs."