Contrary to the usual donations such as foodstuffs, money, and clothing, the celebrity couple donated Apple Inc. speakers Beats by Dr. Dre and multiple pairs of yeezy sneakers to children at the orphanage.
In 2014, Museveni signed the Uganda Anti-Homosexuality Act, an earlier version of which was called the "Kill The Gays" bill by the Western media. "It's really wonderful. We can't wait to come back".
Kanye West said he needed to go to Africa after a trip to Chicago where he "felt this energy". We have to make MAGAzines [he laughs] ...
Wine continued: "It would have been great if he had used his voice for the good of people in Africa".
Kanye West meets with US President Donald Trump in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, DC, October 11, 2018.
The couple also donated sneakers to President Museveni.
"The president then asked what her job is and Kim, very politely, said that she had a TV show with sisters and family, and they were all waiting for her return", the source is quoted.
The 33-year-old Beach House rapper has revealed that the finishing touches of his highly anticipated LP will be completed once the I Love It rapper - who is now working on his own upcoming record Yandhi - returns from his trip to Uganda.
While recording in a makeshift studio built in a fully-equipped white dome overlooking the park, Kanye live-streamed some sessions on Twitter as he danced to some African songs in the company of some Ugandan artists.
Museveni gave both of his visitors Ugandan names: "Kanyesigye" for Kanye, meaning "I trust", and "Kemigisha" for Kim, meaning "the one with blessings from God", the BBC reports. Kanye and Kim arrived in Uganda last Friday.