Kim Kardashian Reportedly Asked What Her Job Is By Uganda’s President
Not many of us know how Kim Kardashian fills her time. After all, she's mostly seen crying over brunch on Keeping up with the Kardashians or lying on her bed gazing into space on Instagram. It looks like it's a tough life.
But it seems we're not the only ones who've been feeling a bit baffled by her lifestyle, as she and Kanye West learned on their recent trip to Uganda, where the country's president, Yoweri K Museveni, outright asked her what the hell she does.
"They met with the President of Uganda and the president asked Kim why she had to leave early, she replied that she had to go back to work," a source told People.
"The president then asked what was her job and Kim, very politely, said that she had a TV show with sisters and family and they were all waiting for her return."
During their time with President Museveni, Kanye and Kim gifted him with a pair of white Yeezy trainers, which they'd both signed.
Museveni returned the favour by giving the couple some presents as well - their very own Ugandan names.
Kanye received the name 'Kanyesigye', which means 'I trust', while Kim got 'Kemigisha', which apparently means 'the one with blessings from God'.
As well as that, he also gave them a book about Uganda called Uganda, Gifted by Nature.
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Good haul all round, I'd say.
Museveni seemed happy with his kicks, gushing on Twitter:
I welcome American entertainment stars Kanye West and @KimKardashian to Uganda. I held fruitful discussions with the duo on how to promote Uganda's tourism and the arts. I thank Kanye for the gift of white sneakers. Enjoy your time in Uganda. It is the true Pearl of Africa. pic.twitter.com/BO0iD0sFCP
- Yoweri K Museveni (@KagutaMuseveni) October 15, 2018
While I'm sure Kanye's chuffed with his new Ugandan name, it wasn't long ago that he was asking us all go call him 'Ye'.
Speaking to radio host Big Boy about his last album, also called 'Ye', he said: "I believe 'ye' is the most commonly used word in the bible, and in the bible it means 'you'.
"So, I'm you, I'm us, it's us. It went from Kanye, which means the only one, to just Ye - just being a reflection of our good, our bad, our confused, everything. The album is more of a reflection of who we are."
Maybe Kanyesigye could be a good option for the next inevitable name change?
Featured Image Credit: Yoweri K Museveni/PA