Kanye West and Kim Kardashian get President Museveni’s helicopter ride to give kids Yeezys

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Rapper Kanye West and wife Kim Kardashian West on Tuesday were given a presidential helicopter ride in Uganda as West’s season of giving continued with tons of kids getting Yeezys. 
West surprised a bunch of kids as their tour of the east African country continues on Tuesday.

But to get to Masulita, about 94 miles away, the President of Uganda, Yoweri Museveni, gave Kimye permission to use his presidential helicopter so they could be flown to a kids’ charity event.
TMZ reported that Kanye, Kim and their entourage were flown from Chobe, Uganda — where they’re staying — Masulita, about 94 miles away.

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“Kanye didn’t waste time rapping for the kids … who went wild as soon as they saw him and Kim. The kids sang but things got really wild when Kanye brought out several bags loaded with Yeezys. You gotta see their reaction … frankly, it’s just heartwarming,” TMZ said. 

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Kanye gifted President Trump a pair of Yeezys last week, and also surprised the President of Uganda with his own pair

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