Ever wondered about what to get for your spouse with the special anniversary or birthday around the corner? Well, Kanye West had an idea for Kim Kardashian’s 40th birthday.
Naturally, since we are talking about Kanye West, we know that our expectations for his creativity are going to be really, really high. remember the time he walked on water? How’s he gonna top that?
For Kim Kardashian’s 40th birthday, Kanye West gifted her a hologram message from her deceased father, Robert Kardashian, may he rest in peace.
Kim Kardashian Initially posted the video on her twitter account with the caption: “For my birthday, Kanye got me the most thoughtful gift of a lifetime. A special surprise from heaven. A hologram of my dad. It is so lifelike. We watched it over and over, filled with emotion.”
Later she posted the same video with the following caption: “ I can’t even describe what this meant to me and my sisters, my brother, my mom and closest friends to experience together.”
Even though Kanye has a long history of buying the best gifts for Kim, such as a “big” number of shares of the world class company, Adidas, given it is her favorite company. However, I can confidently say that if such a video were presented to anyone, where they got to see their passed loved one for one last time, it would make for a really valuable and loving memory. I know if it were me, I would cherish this much more than just some materialistic gift.
“The way that you are connecting with your roots and supporting Armenia means so much to me. You are a proud Armenian, and I’m a proud Armenian father.”
Turks committed the first mass genocide of the 20th century against Armenians in 1915. Over 1.5 million Armenians were murdered and marched towards their deaths in 1915. After the world’s long lasting silence, over the past few years a lot of the countries have come to recognize the Armenian Genocide. This would have been impossible without the annual Armenian Genocide march and protest which takes place on April 24th all across the world, from LA, to New York, to London and Tehran.
100 years later, last month Azerbaijan and Turkey decided to start a second war against Armenia. The two countries which total 100 million population, decided to attack Armenia’s independent region called Artsakh, which has a small population of 3 million, for the second time in history.
A second Genocide is taking place right now. Countries with populations of 100 million are attacking music and dance-loving country of 3 million, which has already been through a genocide before (committed by the same perpetrators). Don’t remain silent.