Kim Kardashian’s Epic Birthday Gift for Kanye West

Kim Kardashian’s Epic Birthday Gift for Kanye West

Today Kim gave a tornado of feelings to Kanye West fans, keeping in mind a confounded guarantee was never conveyed upon, Kim Kardashian-West still gets points for making her spouse’s day a significant one.

Yeezy turned 38 years of age today, and with this mysterious tweet, Kim Kardashian indicated at the likelihood of new music from Kanye, whose new album, SWISH, has been incorporated in Apple Music selective release rumors for most of the most recent month.

That potential indication tackled an existence of its own when Apple’s Worldwide Engineer’s Meeting started around 1 p.m. today, and both Drake and Pharrell, who were additionally rumored–then later confirmed–to be a piece of the launch of Apple Music, participated by means of live speech (Drake) or an elite song preview (Pharrell). In any case, the Swish Kim alluded to in her tweet had nothing to do with music. The forthcoming mother of 2 leased the Staples Center, and welcomed a few of Kanye’s companions, including John Wall and Tyga, to play pickup Games on the Los Angeles Lakers’ Legendary home floor.

Kanye blowing out his candles then kisses Bae then says what’s good to @Atrak at the staples center @kimkardashian @godsmessenger A video posted by Kanye Doing Things (@kanyedoingthings) on

#PressPlay: #JohnLegend sings Happy Birthday to #KanyeWest and look at #KimKardashian and that baby bump !!

A video posted by The Shade Room (@theshaderoominc) on

Kim rented out staples bitch!!! Him and his boys are going to ball!!!! Happy birthday Yeezy!!!! A photo posted by Khloé (@khloekardashian) on

Kim Kardashian’s Epic Birthday Gift for Kanye West
Kim Kardashian’s Epic Birthday Gift for Kanye West

Kim Kardashian’s Epic Birthday Gift for Kanye West

 

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