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“My King”: Kim Kardashian congratulated Kanye West on her birthday

"My King": Kim Kardashian congratulated Kanye West on her birthday

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West

June 8 Kanye West turned 43 years old. In honor of this event, his wife, 39-year-old Kim Kardashian, shared several family photos on Instagram and wrote a touching congratulation to him.

Happy birthday, my king.

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West

In the story, a mother with many children (Kim and Kanye, who recently celebrated the sixth wedding anniversary, raise six-year-old North, four-year-old Saint, two-year-old Chicago and one-year-old Psalm) thanked her husband for staying true to himself.

Happy birthday baby! Thank you for being always yourself and not allowing this world to change you. Life would not be so without you!

She added.

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West

The rapper was also congratulated by her mother-in-law - 64-year-old Chris Jenner.

Happy Birthday! You are a wonderful son, father, husband, uncle, brother and friend. Thank you for being so special. You are an important part of our family. I love you so much,

She tweeted, posting a few photos with West.

Kanye West with his son

And if the rapper is now with his family, then only a few days ago he was spotted at a demonstration in his hometown of Chicago: Kanye joined the protesters against police brutality and racism. He was wearing a black mask, a dark gray hooded sweatshirt, sweatpants and Yeezy Season 2 sneakers. The rally was held in connection with the tragic death of George Floyd, who died May 25 at the police station after a police officer pressed him to the ground and almost nine minutes strangled with a knee.

Kanye decided to fully cover the cost of training the six-year-old daughter of Floyd Janna. He also donated two million dollars to charities.

Kanye West

Kim made a statement in support of the Black Lives Matter.

Like many of you, I am angry. I am furious and disgusted. My heart is broken, I feel that mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers and children are suffering because their beloved was killed or unjustly imprisoned for being black. Despite the fact that I will never know about the pain and suffering that they have suffered, or how it feels to try to survive in a world suffering from racism, I know that I can use my own voice to hear the voices of those who are not listened too long

She concluded, urging her followers to support the Color of Change petition, which requires officers who were present at the death of Floyd in Minneapolis to be arrested and charged with murder.

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