When it comes to her kids, Kim Kardashian is a fiercely protective mama.
Exhibit A: this latest tweet from the reality star on the heels of her only son Saint West‘s recent hospitalization. Rewind to before the new year when the 2-year-old spent three nights in the hospital for pneumonia. The soon-to-be mother of three confirmed reports on Tuesday, writing on social media, “My precious baby boy is so strong! After spending three nights in the hospital & seeing my baby get multiple IV’s and hooked up to oxygen machines, our end of year was challenging. Pneumonia is so scary.”
Just a day later, the star set the story straight yet again after a fan brought some false claims to her attention. “Why do people continuously think KimYe were ‘partying’ New years Eve while saint was at the hospital? Kim & Kanye love their kids so much, so to even THINK they weren’t around when Saint was sick is really stupid af,” the follower tweeted. It caught the mogul’s eye and she wasted no time clearing the social media air.
I haven’t heard this BUT lets get this straight. I did not leave my son for one minute during his hospital stay. We were there Wednesday night to Saturday. NYE WAS SUNDAY NIGHT. People came over when he was already asleep for the night! Don’t even try me when it comes to my kids
“I haven’t heard this BUT lets get this straight. I did not leave my son for one minute during his hospital stay. We were there Wednesday night to Saturday,” she explained in a tweet. “NYE WAS SUNDAY NIGHT. People came over when he was already asleep for the night!”
The star was referencing the gathering she hosted on New Year’s Eve, featuring celebrity guests like Larsa Pippen as well as her husband Kanye West and sister Kourtney Kardashian.
As the reality star signed off, “Don’t even try me when it comes to my kids.”
Despite the potentially worrisome experience, Kardashian was grateful to those that helped take care of her little one. “I just want to thank every nurse & doctor out there who works so hard around the clock,” Kim wrote in her initial announcement. “We are so grateful for you all! He’s home and all better. He’s so resilient I’m sure he will still say the ambulance ride was cool! My strong Saint.”
MEGAN THEE STALLION WINS BEST NEW ARTIST, BEST RAP SONG, & BEST RAP PERFORMANCE (“SAVAGE REMIX FT. BEYONCE”) AT THE 63rd ANNUAL GRAMMY AWARDS + MEGAN AND BEYONCE DONATED THEIR PROCEEDS FROM GRAMMY AWARD- WINNING “SAVAGE REMIX”, RAISED OVER $1M FOR HOUSTON’S BREAD OF LIFE
Megan Thee Stallion had a monumental night at the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards, taking home the awards for Best New Artist, Best Rap Song (“Savage Remix Ft. Beyonce), and Best Rap Performance (“Savage Remix Ft. Beyonce). These were Megan’s first GRAMMY wins. Megan also graced the GRAMMY stage for a dynamic performance of her global hits “Savage” and “Body”, followed by a show-stopping performance of “WAP”, her record-breaking collaboration with Cardi B. Her GRAMMY Award-winning song “Savage Remix ft. Beyonce” became her first #1 single and ignited a global dance sensation on Tik Tok and Instagram. With over 1.2 billion global streams to date, the song also had a huge charitable impact; both Megan and Beyonce donated their proceeds from the song to Houston’s Bread of Life, raising over $1 Million.
Megan’s GRAMMY wins come on the heels of her critically acclaimed debut album Good News, released in November. Aside from the release of her album, Megan has had a truly incredible year. She was honored as one of TIME’s 100 Most Influential People of 2020 and in October, following a powerful and politically charged performance on Saturday Night Live that demanded justice for Breonna Taylor, Megan published her monumental ‘Why I Speak Up For Black Women’ op-ed and accompanying visual with The New York Times. Most recently, Megan teamed up with the National Association of Christian Churches (NACC) Disaster Services and U.S. Representative Sheila Jackson Lee for her #HottiesHelpingHouston initiative that aims to rebuild and repair homes for senior citizens and single mothers affected by the recent devastation in her hometown of Houston, Texas. Megan prioritizes her philanthropic efforts and she champions women’s empowerment. She recently partnered with Fashion Nova for International Women’s Day, launching an initiative to give away $1 million in the month of March to finance female entrepreneurs, female students, women-owned businesses, and women-focused charities. Megan also recently teamed up with Cash App to spread financial literacy around Bitcoin and banking. This past year, Megan has also partnered with some of beauty and fashion’s most iconic names – she the new face of Calvin Klein’s Spring 2021 campaign, as well as a Global Brand Ambassador for Revlon and the face of Coach’s Fall/Winter 2021 campaign. Megan The Stallion is a multi-faceted star, record-breaker, philanthropist, and ever-evolving cultural icon, and she shows no signs of slowing down.