After receiving major outrage from social media for his controversial statement, Kanye West is back out on the town with a Brazilian model, Juliana Nalu, whom netizens believe to be his girlfriend.
The suspected couple saw a movie together in Hollywood on Sunday evening. Juliana Nalu and Ye purchased two tickets to see Ruben Ostlund’s “Triangle of Sadness.”
We don’t really sure if the film was appropriate for a date night, but Ye wouldn’t do something like that.
Kanye West has finally moved on from his ex-girlfriend Kim Kardashian! Although this is cause for celebration, the two began dating a few days after Ye tweeted anti-Semitic comments.
The rapper was observed at the theatre with Juliana Nalu wearing the same “2024” cap that Ye wore days earlier on his Twitter account, indicating a possible presidential bid.
While on a trip to the theatre with the 24-year-old, the Yeezy designer sported a monochrome black ensemble that included knee-high boots, an oversized jacket, and jeans. Juliana wore a black and white gown that left their admirers in awe as she entered the building and attempted to clutch Ye’s hand.
Interestingly, Ye chose to wear an Adidas jacket despite his connection with the athletic business apparently still being “under review” in the wake of the infamous “White Lives Matter” T-shirt controversy.
Before they entered Ye’s SUV, he took care to sign several autographs for his supporters.
Ye and Juliana Nalu were photographed checking into a hotel in Beverly Hills on Thursday, indicating that they had already been out in public recently. In addition, the two were observed enjoying supper together in Santa Monica on a Saturday evening. The rapper and his apparent new muse went to a clothing store after consuming dinner.
Netizens were initially perplexed as they were unable to identify the woman who recently dined with the “Gold Digger” singer. However, no one can avoid the media, even if they hide under rocks. Similarly, the woman’s name was revealed, and she was revealed to be Brazilian model Juliana Nalu.
We have a strong suspicion that Ye frequently elicits this response from models.