Kim Kardashian turned 39 on Monday, October 21, receiving a lot of love and luxurious gifts from her friends and family to mark her day.
However, it appears the sweetest gift of all came from her husband, Kanye West, as the Gold Digger rapper went all out for the mum-of-four’s big day.
The birthday girl took to Twitter to share a snapshot of a certificate of donation while explaining how West had given an incredible amount of money to some charities that are close to her heart.
“I got amazing gifts from my whole family and Kanye for me the most amazing bags,” wrote the business mogul.
“But he donated $1 million (N349 million) to my favorite charities that work so hard on prison reform on my behalf from him and the kids,” she added.
According to the document, the sizable sum came from both Kanye, and their four children, 6-year-old North, 3-year-old Saint, 21-months- old Chicago, and 5-months-old Psalm.
The Keeping up with the Kardashians star stated that the money was donated to four charities dedicated to criminal justice reform She further gushed about her husband’s sweet gesture that must have been the icing on the cake for the reality star and cosmetics mogul after a long day of getting a whole lot of love.
“This makes my heart so happy!” she said Kim’s eldest sister Kourtney agreed, writing in the comments section that indeed Kanye had the most generous heart and that it was inspiring. Right on cue, fans rushed to praise the couple for their generosity.
But that is not the only thing the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star did to celebrate hernew age, as she was blessed with a family dinner. Meanwhile, Kanye West is getting more popular since he started holding church service programs in public spaces. He held a church service at Howard University, leading students into a powerful worship session.
His program which he describes as ‘art to make believers’ was held at Emancipation Park in Kingston, Jamaica recently. West, who was said to have led the worship session with at least a 120 member choir, opened the service with the gospel song, Prince of Peace, and also performed Damian Marley’s Welcome to Jamrock.