Boosted Up: Kanye West gifts paralyzed fan with white Yeezy Boost 350 V2s

Heartless” rapping Hip-Hop honcho, Kanye West, may be a lot of things, but cold hearted ain’t one of them…

Though recently trolled to verbal hot hell by Jay-Z for unpleasantly adopting an “insanely” arrogant attitude over the years, Chicago’s 40-year-old College Dropout has just made an effort to tighten up his sullied reputation by blessing a paralyzed fan with a pair of custom made Cream White Yeezy Boost 350 V2s. 


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On Tuesday, 20-year-old Denver, Colorado native, Tyler Wesley– who suffered a C-4 vertebrae break on his neck from a roll-over car accident, which ultimately rendered him paralyzed from the shoulders down, five years ago– took to Instagram with a snapshot of his brand new fresh kicks accompanied by a hand written note from the culture’s Pablo, himself…

“You are an inspiration, you show the world anything is possible,” Kanye wrote. “Thank you for sharing your journey.”

Thank you #KanyeWest @kimkardashian & @adidasoriginals for the Custom "Cream White" Yeezy Boost 350 V2 🔥

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Earlier this year, the once promising athlete began digitally chronicling his progress as a spinal cord injury survivor… And in May, shared a video of himself taking unassisted steps on his patio. 



My five year anniversary of my spinal cord injury is today. Years ago I thought my life was over knowing that I was going to be in a wheelchair for the rest of my life. But now, I am not ashamed of being in a wheelchair. I love the spinal cord injury/disability community. I've heard all kinds of injuries and life stories from inspirational human beings from across the world. Many of them have taught me to never give up and that it can always be worse so just keep pushing on no matter how bad things may get in life. Going from an athlete to being in a wheelchair since I was 15 years old hasn't shaken my confidence and who I am as a person. I'm still that same person I was mentally, just a lot more knowledgeable, grateful, and have a way more appreciation for life. I don't want people to think that I'm not happy being in my wheelchair and that's the reason I fight so hard to walk again.. it's actually the opposite, I'm happy but I want more in life as anyone else would. I'm incredibly grateful for all the support from my family and friends and also the random kind of acts and motivation I receive on a daily basis to walk again. The most important reason I do what I can do to share my story with thousands of people is to spread awareness of a life changing injury. "The spinal cord injury." As many as 500,000 people across the world suffer a spinal cord injury each year. One day a cure to heal paralysis will come. Until then, I will continue to fight to show the millions living with this injury that we choose to keep going and live life to the fullest.

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Thanks to Ye, Tyler is now the flyest thing on two feet…

By : Asia Grace         

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