Deja Vu J Cole
9 June 2017, 10:31
Kim, Kourtney, Khloe and Kris all took to social media to honour Yeezy's milestone birthday.
The Kardashian-Jenner family came out in full force to celebrate Kanye West's 40th birthday yesterday (8th June).
Leading the pack was 'Ye's wife Kim Kardashian, who took to social media to share a special message for her spouse of three years.
"You inspire me every day to be a better person!" the reality TV star wrote on both Twitter and Instagram alongside a throwback photo of the pair.
The mother-of-two also penned an heartfelt letter to the rapper on her website.
"Happy Birthday, babe! I know you're not on social media anymore, so you're not gonna see it anyway..." began Kardashian.
"...and I'm going to be with you to tell you! But if I don't post it, then all the stories will start so...I love you so much! Happy Birthday!"
West's sister-in-law Kourtney shared her own birthday photo, adding "...la familia wouldn't be the same without you."
Mirroring her older sisters, fitness guru Khloe Kardashian posted a touching tribute to Yeezy's big day on her website.
"Happy birthday to THE Kanye West! I'm so happy that you're a part of our family." writes Khloe.
"Thank you for being such a good hubby to Kim and an amazing father."
Lastly, Kardashian matriarch Kris Jenner left an emotional message to her son-in-law underneath a collage of photos of the pair.
"...I hope you have the most wonderful day filled with love" she wrote, before adding a slew of heart emojis.
Happy birthday to my son #kanyewest!! You are an amazing Dad, amazing son, amazing brother and a beautiful soul who I love so very much... you bring such joy and are such an inspiration to all of us and we are beyond blessed to have you in our lives....I hope you have the most wonderful day filled with love
Meanwhile, Kim and Yeezy recently jetted off to the Bahamas for a relaxing birthday getaway.
According to E! News, Kim rented out an island and brought along all of Kanye's friends and their families.
They reportedly rented four planes and enforced a "no social media" rule so no one would find them on their secret trip.