Kim and Kanye West’s new baby Psalm Ye arrived some time around 11 May with assistance from a gestational carrier, and the little boy is slowly making his way into the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star’s social media stream.
“My boys 🖤🖤” Kim captioned a just-uploaded photo of Saint cupping baby Psalm’s face as she holds the tiny boy in her arms.
Fans of this famous family were delighted to catch another glimpse of the youngest West child, especially such a smoochy one.
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Psalm is the spitting image of Kim and Kanye’s daughter Chicago, with social media followers declaring the pair twins (despite their obvious age gap!)
“I just wanted to make a difference”
Psalm’s arrival in the very busy Kardashian West household coincided with Kim’s new professional endeavour. Kim is currently undertaking a four-year apprenticeship with a law firm as she prepares to sit for the California bar exam in 2022.
It’s all part of her push to help prisoners who have been unfairly incarcerated and provide support for those who have been in prison and are reentering the community.
Kim recently spoke at the White House about this passion project and despite detractors’ constant jibes that she’s talentless, she came across as poised, informed, humble and educated.
“Everyone wants the community to be safe, and the more opportunity we have and that they have and the support that we help give them, the safer everyone will be,” Kardashian West said in her White House speech, The Guardian reports.
She said was “honoured to be a part of the announcement that the administration and the private sector are stepping up to create opportunities for these men and women to succeed once home.”
“I’m at the place in my life where I want to make a difference,” Kim says.
Trump’s soft spot for Kim
Kim had previously met with US President Donald Trump back in May 2018 to urge for criminal justice reform while she lobbied for the release of grandmother Alice Marie Johnson. Alice was serving a life sentence for a first-time, nonviolent drug offence and Kim’s efforts saw Alice released shortly after she met with the president.
Kim then joined the lobbying, calling for the First Step Act to be passed. The First Step Act aims to reduce disproportionate sentences, better support prisoners and discourage reoffending, among other things.
Kim-fan Donald Trump also went on to pass this act. Consequently, a number of prisoners had their unfair sentences reduced. The act also sparked the release of 17 first-time nonviolent drug offenders.
Kim didn’t stop there. She then helped those people travel back to their families and offered other support including finding accommodation and job seeking assistance.
She’s now announced a partnership with ride-sharing service Lyft which will give vouchers to released prisoners so that they have transport when released and are also able to travel to job interviews.
Not so talentless after all. Okurrrrrrrr!