Kanye West Sends Flowers To Kim Kardashian For Valentine’s Day
Kanye West won’t stop until Kim Kardashian gets back to him. Amid their ongoing divorce, Kanye West sent flowers to his estranged wife for Valentine’s Day. He posted photos of a black truck full of red flowers as Kim pulled up to the Hidden Hills home.
“My vision is krystal clasp” written on the side of the truck.
He tagged Kim in his Instagram post and wrote “VISION KRYSTAL KLEAR” along with a series of rose emojis.
We ask, what is Kanye trying to do?
This may be his last attempt to win back his wife, who has filed for divorce from her husband of seven years. He begged Kim‘s new boyfriend Pete Davidson to come back on social media as he continued to despise her.
He later removed those posts.
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“IM NOT GIVING UP ON MY FAMILY,” Ye said on Monday. “TO BE IN LOVE IS TO BE CRAZY ABOUT SOMETHING AND I AM CRAZY ABOUT MY FAMILY HAPPY VALENTINES.”
He also instructed fans what to do if they see the “SNL” star in person. “IF YOU SEE SKETE IN REAL LIFE SCREAM AT YHE LOOSER AT THE TOP OF YOUR LUNGS AND SAY KIMYE FOREVER,” he said.
Earlier today, Julia Fox confirmed that she and Ye had ended their month-long relationship, but they remained on good terms. “I have love for him but I wasn’t in love w the man,” she said.
NO BIG DEAL KENNY G IN MY LIVING ROOM!!! Happy Valentines Day 💋💋💋 pic.twitter.com/A1GD0UlEwu
— Kim Kardashian (@KimKardashian) February 14, 2019
Kanye West Shares McDonald’s Super Bowl Commercial
Kanye West, who made a name for himself with the moves and words he made against Kim Kardashian’s new boyfriend Pete Davidson, played a leading role in McDonald’s Super Bowl 2022 commercial, overshadowing the Super Bowl on the TT list on Twitter.
At the 30-second point, the Chicago rapper pulls up into a McDonald’s car on one of his Sherp ATVs and sticks his head out to place his order. Like everyone else in the ad, he gets stuck on what to buy. “Hey, can I have it uhhhhhhhhhhhh,” he thinks as he peruses the menu.
Featuring NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace, FIFA Twitch streamer Edwin Castro and iconic McDonald’s character Grimace, the ad draws inspiration from a global fan reality. “a universal fan truth” that “sometimes, you just can’t decide what to order.”
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