I never thought I’d be featuring a Kim Kardashian video on this site, but here we are. If you’ve ever wanted to see the inside of a private 747, you might make an exception and watch the video above as I did. Kim originally posted the clips on her Instagram story, and then a YouTuber reposted it as the video above (and then Travel + Leisure featured it).

According to the story, the 747 is Kanye West’s gigantic private jet, which they’ve dubbed the “Yeezy floating office.” But that’s not exactly true. The jet belongs to the Sands, which is owned by Las Vegas tycoon Sheldon Adelson. I believe Adelson and the Sands use it to fly “whales” (big spenders) to/from the casino in style so they will spend/lose their money. I’ll probably never get to go on this 747-SP myself, so thanks, Kim, for sharing.

Inside a private 747
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