Kanye West and Kim Kardashian Give Yeezys to Orphans During Uganda Trip

Kanye West autographing a shoe for President Museveni at State House Entebbe

Kim also shares 4-year-old North with husband and rapper Kanye West.

Even more hilariously, president Museveni, who apparently did not know much about the couple prior to their meeting, took to Twitter afterward to call KimYe "entertainment stars". According to Kim's Instagram Story, their suite looks out upon a breathtaking view of wild animals like elephants and hippos chilling in the water.

Ugnadan musician, lawmaker and activist Bobi Wine has spoken out against Kanye West's recent meeting with President Yoweri Museveni, calling it "immoral", reports The Guardian.

In case you completely missed it in the craziness that is this week, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are now hanging out in Africa with their daughter North, and while there, they met the President of Uganda.

"I have received worldwide calls from all over the world and all of them were asking me about Kanye".


On Tuesday, the celeb duo visited an orphanage in Uganda, where they gave away cream Yeezy Boosts, which retail for around $220, to all the kids.

In 2014, Museveni pushed through Uganda's Anti-Homosexuality Act, which would make homosexuality punishable by life imprisonment. "It is the true Pearl of Africa".

West is recording his ninth studio album and "Yeezus" follow-up, "Yahndi", which was pushed back to Black Friday, Nov. 23, when he failed to finish the project after his controversial "Saturday Night Live" appearance.

Museveni, like Kanye, is also a big fan of President Donald Trump.

Mr Museveni, 74, has been in office since 1986 and in January signed a law that scrapped a 75-year age cap for presidential candidates, a move that critics said was aimed at him remaining in power indefinitely. I love Trump because he tells the Africans frankly. the Africans need to solve their problems, they need to be strong.

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