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Kanye West Officially Changes His Name

It is no more news that a Los Angeles judge today supported an appeal by rapper Kanye West to authoritatively change his name to be referred to just as "Ye," with no center or last name. 

Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Michelle Williams Court gave her gesture to the solicitation by the artist, who recorded his appeal Aug. 24 and expressed he was rolling out the improvement for individual reasons. 

The performer, 44, delivered an eighth studio collection named "Ye" in June 2018. It's been his Twitter handle for quite a while. 

That very year, the artist said in a meeting with radio personality Big Boy that he accepts "ye" is "the most normally utilized word in the Bible, and said in the Bible it signifies 'you.'" 

Merriam Webster online concurs as far as the importance, yet in addition proceeds to say it is a plural type of "you," not particular, "presently utilized particularly in clerical or artistic language." The subsequent definition is the word's more recognizable use as an age-old type of "the," as in, "Ye olde monastery." 

Ye's significant other, as of now known as Kim Kardashian West, has kept his previous last name notwithstanding gossipy tidbits about separate, in any event, utilizing it for her SNL appearance two ends of the week prior. It's hazy whether (or how) the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star will presently stay aware of Ye.

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