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Kanye West and Tyga dress up as Easter Bunny

Published 28/03/2016

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Kanye West and Tyga pulled double duty at the Kardashian family holiday party on Sunday (27Mar16) by both dressing up as the Easter Bunny.

Kanye's wife Kim Kardashian and Tyga's girlfriend Kylie Jenner were among the many stars to share their festivities on social media, and the sisters took to Snapchat to post several videos and photos of their clan's Easter Sunday, which included Tyga and Kanye's turns as the Easter Bunny.

In the short clips, both rappers are seen donning the costumes, but due to the giant bunny heads covering their faces, their identities are indistinguishable.

In one video, Kanye and Tyga emerge from a hallway into a large foyer, where they are greeted by Kanye and Kim's daughter North, and Kourtney Kardashian's daughter Penelope, along with other tiny tots.

North is seen gently giving one of the Easter mascots a hug, then promptly runs over to mum Kim, who she grabs by the hand to lead over to the bunnies.

Another video shows North and Penelope pulling the shoe strings of either Tyga or Kanye's costume, as the masked hip-hop star slowly jogs around the room.

Most of the Kardashian/Jenner clan began their Easter holiday by attending a church service in California, where Khloe Kardashian was noticeably joined by her estranged husband Lamar Odom, months following his health scare last October (15).

In addition to dressing up at his family's party, Kanye gave fans a special gift on Sunday by releasing an alternate version of his song Ultralight Beam, from his latest album The Life of Pablo.

Kanye posted the track, titled Ultralight Prayer, on Twitter Sunday afternoon, wishing his fans a "Happy Easter!" with the new two-minute song.

The version includes a sermon from gospel singer Kirk Franklin backed by a choir, but interestingly, the song does not have any vocals from Kanye himself.

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