Judge approves Kanye's name change to 'Ye'
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Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Michelle Williams Court has approved Kanye WestKanye Omari WestBarrier-breaking fashion designer Virgil Abloh dies of cancer of 41 Ye's Yeezy Apparel to pay nearly M in consumer protection case Grammys release 'inclusion rider' details to enhance diversity MORE’s petition to legally change his name to “Ye,” Deadline.com reported. 

West, 44, filed his petition in August, stating he was making the change due to personal reasons. 

West, who ran for president in 2020, will now be known simply as “Ye,” without having a middle or last name, according to Deadline


The “Gold Digger” singer, released his eighth studio album in 2018 titled with his new legal name and has used the term as his handle on Twitter. 

In an interview with Hip-Hop personality Big Boy in 2018, West shared his belief that “Ye” is the most commonly used word in the Bible, saying that the word means “you.”

"I believe 'ye' is the most commonly used word in the Bible, and in the Bible it means 'you,'" West told Big Boy. 

"So I'm you, I'm us, it's us. It went from Kanye, which means the only one, to just Ye – just being a reflection of our good, our bad, our confused, everything."