Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have donated $25,000 to the family of their personal photographer after he was critically injured in a car crash. Marcus Hyde, who traveled the world taking pictures for the superstar couple, sustained serious head trauma during a collision last month (Oct18) and has been in hospital fighting for his life
After posting several videos of herself boarding on a private Boeing 747 flight with her husband Kanye West and not telling where they are heading to, Kim Kardashian finally released a picture of herself on Instagram to tell her fans that she is visiting an art exhibition in Japan.
The 'All Eyes on You' rapper reveals in a new interview that he had tried for hours to talk the 'Stronger' hitmaker out of his October visit to the White House.
Earlier this week, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West showed off their new private Boeing 747 jet plane writes Heavy.com's Brandon 'Scoop B' Robinson.
Marcus Hyde, a personal photographer for the famous couple, got involved in a serious car accident in late October, and has since been hospitalized to recover from serious injuries.
Rapper Meek Mill tried desperately to talk Kanye West out of meeting with President Donald Trump at the White House last month. The Fade hitmaker, who has been openly heaping praise on the controversial Republican leader since his election in 2016, joined Trump for lunch in Washington, D.C., where he ranted about a wide range
Meanwhile, Hyde remains in critical condition, still in the hospital dealing with serious head injuries after driving his Mercedes AMG CLS over the side of a Malibu ravine at the end of October.
Kanye is happy, you just can’t tell by looking at his face.
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are handing over $25,000 to assist the family of Marcus Hyde, the couple's personal photographer who was horrifically injured in a car crash. TMZ broke the story ... Marcus Hyde -- who has worked with Kim and Kanye…
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