Kanye West Visits Uganda Orphanage, Gifts Yeezys to Kids

Brunilde Fioravanti
Ottobre 18, 2018

He also gave West and his wife, reality TV star Kim Kardashian West, "Ugandan" names, the State House said in a Facebook post.

Kanye West took a trip to meet with the president of Uganda after his freaky appearance at the White House where he had lunch with President Donald Trump and went on a lengthy impromptu rant in the Oval Office. 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.

Visiting American Hip Hop artist Kanye West on Monday took time off his Album project to meet with President Yoweri Museveni.

The rapper who took some time to mingle with the children who were singing Karamojong songs while chanting his name, said he has loved everything about the Uganda, which he says is one of the lovely places to be.

The discussion, Wanyama says, "revolved around tourism and the arts".

"I held fruitful discussions with them".

Kanye donated several pairs of Yeezy sneakers, Beats by Dre headphones and T-shirts to the children at the orphanage run by the NGO, Uganda Women's Effort to Save Orphans (UWESO), which was founded by Ugandan First Lady Janet Museveni some 32 years ago. "It is the true Pearl of Africa", said the President.

Meanwhile, West has set up a dome to record his new album at the Chobe Safari Lodge - with insiders telling us he is thinking of adding "two additional domes for work".

After deleting his Twitter account, West returned to the platform on Saturday to livestream parts of his trip, including some quality time with daughter North West, an impromptu performance and a 10-minute rant titled "Mind control".

The meeting came just a few days after West met with U.S. president Donald Trump in the Oval Office. He professed his love for him earlier this year, stating "America has got one of the best presidents ever", he said. "I love Trump because he tells Africans frankly".

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