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News Canada – Kanye West Congratulates Kim Kardashian On Becoming A Billionaire After $200M Coty Deal

News Canada – Kanye West Congratulates Kim Kardashian On Becoming A Billionaire After $200M Coty Deal

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By Corey Atad

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Peter Harf, Coty Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, added, “Kim is a real contemporary worldwide icon. She is a visionary, an entrepreneur, a mother, a benefactor, and through social media has an unrivaled ability to get in touch with people around the world. This impact, integrated with Coty’s management and deep knowledge in prestige appeal will allow us to accomplish the complete capacity of her brand names.”

The collaboration comes after Coty acquired a 51 percent stake in Kardashian’s half-sister Kylie Jenner’s brands.

After news of the offer broke, Kardashian’s husband, rap artist Kanye West, took to social networks to provide his congratulations– and drop the news that she has actually now joined the billionaire’s club.

I am so proud of my stunning wife Kim Kardashian West for officially becoming a billionaire

You’ve weathered the craziest storms and now God is shining on you and our family

So blessed this is still life
So I made you this still life

We like you so much pic.twitter.com/Vvtgzodnah

— ye (@kanyewest) June 30, 2020


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