- US rapper Kanye West has disclosed his intention to build schools of the future
- This was after the rapper saw the news about his net worth being estimated at $5 billion
- Kanye used the opportunity to thank God and rededicated his full service to God
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US rapper Kanye West has taken to his personal page on Twitter to react to a piece of news about his net worth being estimated to be at $5 billion.
The father of four made a screenshot of the report about him to celebrate his financial status.
According to Kanye, he went from having a debt of N20bn ($53m) to his current net worth in a matter of four years.
Expressing gratitude to God, the musician stated that he knows he falls short of God's goodness in his life but he repents of all his limitations.
The rapper went on to rededicate his life to his Lord and Saviour. He stated that he would be building schools while thanking God for the increase.
"From $53 million in debt to a net worth of $5 billion in 4 years. Thank you, Jesus. I know I fall short, but I repent. I am fully in service to our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. We are building schools of the future. Thank God for providing the increase."
Kanye West has had a rough year and it is quite exciting to see the father of four in an excited mood as he celebrates his financial status.
In other news, it was earlier reported that Kim Kardashian West promised to stand by her hubby Kanye.
Despite the questionable things that Kanye has said about both Kim and her family, she feels that sticking by his side is what is needed.
Kim stated that Kanye is her husband and the father of her children and she is not about to give up on him.
Speaking to Us Weekly, an inside source revealed that Kim is doing all that she can to help Kanye and fight for her marriage.
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