Kim and Kanye criticised by LGBT advocates over their latest photo op

Kim and Kanye criticised by LGBT advocates over their latest photo op

Kim and Kanye criticised by LGBT advocates over their latest photo op

Uganda President Yoweri Museveni is also not "Keeping up with the Kardashians" after he asked the popular American socialite what she does for a living.

West said he and his wife were not there "to take a photograph and look like they were doing something positive", but instead to "be here and work with you".

On October 11 the President of the United States Donald trump in the oval office met with artist Kanye West.

Days after a rambunctious meeting with US President Donald Trump at the White House, a more subdued West presented Yoweri Museveni with a pair of white sports shoes made by his own company that he and Kardashian then signed with a marker pen. understands Kanye together with fellow musician Big Sean traveled to Uganda to shoot a music video.

Kanye West is giving back.

To 74-year-old head of the African state, the pair didn't come with empty hands, Kanye gave him the white sneakers on his brand Yeezy, which Kim left his autograph on the memory. "This is going to be like Jurassic Park, Disney World", West said.

Others questioned whether Kanye should be pictured with the president.

It added that the controversial rapper described Uganda as his second home and informed the president that he wants to build a world-class tourism school in the country to support the tourism industry and that of the East African region.

Reports had earlier revealed that West was in Uganda for a video shoot for his eponymous eighth studio album, although he said he was visiting Africa for vacation, mentioning Uganda one of his destinations. While a few people are still legitimately scratching their heads, and thinking about how we got to this point, the great people at Saturday Night Live are putting forth a more affable way to deal with the frenzy. "It means I'm being me and I'm punk and I can wear whatever I want 'cause I'm a god".

Days after Kanye West's weird sit-down with President Donald Trump, the rapper and his wife, Kim Kardashian, have cozied up to another head of state. "Social media told you that people didn't like me but everybody loves me".

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