Kanye West has revealed the first picture of his daughter North on her grandmother Kris Jenner's chat show.
Kanye West has revealed the first picture of his daughter.
During an appearance on his girlfriend Kim Kardashian's mother's chat show, he showed a photograph of North, who was born two months ago, explaining to Kris Jenner that they didn't want to sell the first pictures and he thought Kris' show was the perfect place to introduce her.
He said: ''It's all this talk about baby pictures and 'can you get paid for the baby picture or do you want to put it on a magazine.'
''And for me and your daughter we have not attempted to get paid for anything, we have not attempted to put it on a magazine.
''You just stop all of the noise and I thought it would be really cool on her grandmother's season finale to bring a picture of North.''
Kanye, 36, also insisted he doesn't care what North chooses to be when she grows up but he and Kim, 32, will support her in everything she does.
He said: ''I am going to give her the opportunity to develop her different skill sets and then decide what she is the best at and we will give her the support and let her follow what she loves the most.''
Meanwhile, Kanye revealed becoming a father has made him regret his infamous interruption of Taylor Swift's acceptance speech at the MTV Video Music Awards, four years ago.
He said: ''The last thing I would want to happen to my daughter is some crazy drunk black guy in a leather shirt to come up and cut her off at an awards show. That's the last thing I'd want.''
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