Kanye West wants to spend more time with his baby daughter North by coaching her soccer team when she's older.
Kanye West wants to become his daughter's soccer coach.
The rapper claims his number one priority in life is his fiancée Kim Kardashian and their four-month-old baby North, and he plans to take his daddy duties to the next level in the future by teaching her his favourite sport.
He told 97.1 AMP Radio station: ''I hang out with my girl [Kim] and my daughter every day. No place I'd rather be. Not even when I'm thinking about things I'm creating in business, my biggest goal is to get home to family.
''I want to figure out a way to do my work and be my daughter's soccer coach. I'm going to be a soccer coach and redesign their uniforms. I'll redesign the mini van.''
Kanye hired out the entire AT&T Park baseball stadium in San Francisco on Kim's 33rd birthday last Monday (21.10.13) for the ultra-romantic proposal, which saw a 50-piece orchestra serenade the reality star before her family and friends rushed out from the bleachers to congratulate the happy couple.
The 'New Slaves' star explained: ''I just thought of it. It seemed so all-American. I just love being American, you know, and I love you know, family ... I feel so blessed.
''I feel God gave me exactly what I wanted, I have to do the right thing in God's eyes. Just follow what God really wants me to do it will come tenfold by doing the right thing.''
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