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Kanye West hired a firetruck to take kids to school

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In her eight years of married life with Kanye West, Kim Kardashian has seen a lot. But one thing never ceases to amaze even after a divorce from the rapper – his unbridled desire to be the best father for his children. And for this, West sometimes uses the most unusual means. For example, I recently arrived at Kim’s house with a fire brigade. And all in order to take the children to school with a breeze and flashing lights. This episode is part of a new Hulu reality show series.

Kanye, of course, in his style – to arrive in a fully loaded fire truck, – says Kim on camera and adds, – No matter what we go through, I always want my children to be with their father as much as possible and just spend with him in the morning while he drives them to school.

West’s surprise was a success. Eight-year-old North, six-year-old Saint, four-year-old Chicago and three-year-old Psalm are delighted with the huge red car and helmets of real firefighters.

I think a lot of people are a little shy about being super dads. Everyone wants to be a great dad, and sometimes you have to put on a fire helmet and transform into an Easter bunny, says Kanye West.

Recall Kim Kardashian and Kane West divorced in early March after 10 years of relationship. They have been married since May 24, 2014 Kim and dated for two more years before getting married. In marriage, the couple had four children. She gave birth to two older Kims – North and Saint – herself, and two younger children were born thanks to a surrogate mother, since Kardashian had a threat of miscarriage during her second pregnancy. For the sake of the children, Kim and Kanye maintain warm friendships, and the rapper tries not to miss important family events. True, the last holiday – the birthday of the 3-year-old Psalm – was celebrated without West.

Source: Hellomagazine

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