KUWK: Kris Jenner Is The First To Pay Tribute To Kanye West On His Birthday - Check Out The Sweet Post!

KUWK: Kris Jenner Is The First To Pay Tribute To Kanye West On His Birthday - Check Out The Sweet Post!
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As fans of the rapper know all too well, it’s Kanye West’s birthday and, as you can imagine, he is set to receive a lot of good wishes from family, friends and followers on social media. That being said, the first one to mark his special day was none other than his mother in law, Kris Jenner!

The Keeping Up with the Kardashians momager gushed over Ye, calling him an ‘amazing father, husband, uncle, brother, and friend,’ and of course, son in law!

Not only did she write something really sweet for Kanye’s 43rd birthday but Kris was actually the first to celebrate him online!

She shared a gallery filled with all kinds of pictures of the man spending time with his family throughout the years, some of them even showing Kanye smiling, something he is famously known for rarely doing.

One of the snaps was from back in 2016 at the Met Gala and showed the rapper posing with Kris, Kim and Kylie at the huge event.

Furthermore, there was also a much more recent one, seemingly from when they shot the Chick-Fil-A video at his ranch in Wyoming.

Finally, Kris made sure to rave about her son in law in the caption, writing: ‘Happy Birthday Kanye West!! You are an amazing father, husband, uncle, brother, friend… thank you for being a special and important part of our family… I love you very much.’ Aww….How very wholesome!

As mentioned before, Kris was the very first one in the Kar-Jenner family to publicly celebrate Kanye’s birthday but it’s definitely expected for the others, including his wife, Kim Kardashian and her sisters, Kendall, Kylie, Kourtney and Khloe to follow into her footsteps and mark the day as well.

In the meantime, the reality TV family has been much more focused on using their platforms for something else, which is to show support to the Black Lives Matter movement and to bring awareness to the importance of the protests against racial inequality in America.


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