Kanye Gifts Kim Vegetable Art For Becoming A "Billionaire"

Kanye West Gifts Kim Kardashian Vegetable Still Life for “Officially Becoming a Billionaire”

Kim Kardashian recently struck a deal that valued her cosmetics company, KKW, at $1 billion and husband Kanye West was quick to praise her on the major win.

“I am so proud of my beautiful wife Kim Kardashian West for officially becoming a billionaire,” the rapper tweeted out.

Kanye Gifts Kim Vegetable Art For Becoming A "Billionaire"
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“You’ve weathered the craziest storms and now God is shining on you and our family.”

The praise was paired with a photo of arranged vegetables, lavender and flowers.

“So blessed this is still life,” Kanye continued. “So I made you this still life.”

Kanye Gifts Kim Vegetable Art For Becoming A "Billionaire"
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“We love you so much,” the Kanye added.

The estimate came after it was announced that Kim would sell a 20 percent stake in KKW Beauty to Coty Inc. – which is home to the world’s leading beauty brands such as CoverGirl, Sally Hansen and OPI—for $200 million.

Coty Inc. then released details regarding the partnership in a press release, stating that together, the company and Kim will “focus on entering new beauty categories and global expansion” beyond KKW’s existing product lines. In lamens terms, it means a development in skincare, haircare, personal care and nail products!

Kanye Gifts Kim Vegetable Art For Becoming A "Billionaire"
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As for Kim’s role, she and her team “will lead all creative efforts in terms of product and communications initiatives, building on her remarkable global reach capabilities through social media,” the release read.

Coty Inc. also recently made a separate deal with Kylie Jenner: a 51 percent stake in the 22-year-old’s makeup company, Kylie Cosmetics, for $600 million.

But Kim, unlike Kylie, will remain the majority owner of her company.

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