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Kanye West gifts wife Kim Kardashian hologram of her late father Robert Kardashian for her 40th birthday

Kanye West gifts wife Kim Kardashian hologram of her late father Robert Kardashian for her 40th birthday
Posted at 1:08 PM, Oct 30, 2020
and last updated 2020-10-30 14:14:46-04

Kim Kardashian recently turned 40, and her husband Kanye West gifted her with "the most thoughtful gift of a lifetime."

That thoughtful gift was a hologram of Kardashian's late father, Robert Kardashian, who passed away from cancer in 2003.

"For my birthday, Kanye got me the most thoughtful gift of a lifetime," Kardashian posted along with the video. "A special surprise from heaven. A hologram of my dad. It is so lifelike! We watched it over and over, filled with emotion."

Kardashian then posted a close-up video of the hologram.

"I can’t even describe what this meant to me and my sisters, my brother, my mom, and closest friends to experience together," Kardashian added in a second tweet. "Thank you so much, Kanye, for this memory that will last a lifetime. Here’s a more close up view to see the incredible detail."

Kardashian has been celebrating her birthday for the past several days. First, she was surprised with a birthday party that recreated all of her past birthdays.

"All I can say is WOW! My mom and my sisters threw me the most epic surprise party that was so special in my heart," Kardashian said.

Then, she and her inner circle celebrated on a private island, which she is now facing backlash for, according to NBC News.

“After 2 weeks of multiple health screens and asking everyone to quarantine, I surprised my closest inner circle with a trip to a private island where we could pretend things were normal just for a brief moment in time,” Kardashian captioned the photos on Twitter.

On Tuesday, even 1970s rock icon Peter Frampton jumped in to voice his dismay.

“Are you that insensitive you don’t realize this is not what the majority of people during the worst COVID spike yet want to hear?” Frampton tweeted. “People are going to food banks, not private islands.”