Kim Kardashian meets Alice Marie Johnson, teaches her about Snapchat

Kim Kardashian meets Alice Marie Johnson for first time- and teaches her about Snapchat

Kim Kardashian meets Alice Marie Johnson for first time- and teaches her about Snapchat

"I did not know her name, I didn't know Kim", Alice Marie Johnson said on the "Today" show, moments after meeting Kardashian on the show.

"Kim has been anointed to do this", Johnson said in a joint interview with Kardashian that aired Thursday morning on NBC's "Today" show.

Trump commuted the sentence of Alice Johnson after meeting with Kardashian West, and Scott explained it wasn't the first time Johnson reached out to a president.

Johnson said she doesn't believe she would ever be released from prison without Kardashian West's help.

Yesterday Kim Kardashian flew from Los Angeles to Memphis to finally meet Alice Marie Johnson in person.

She added, "People have been asking me, 'Are you getting into politics?' I'm like, 'No, I am still doing me, but I enjoy this".

It was Kardashian West who broke the good news to Johnson in a tearful phone call shortly before her release. "I knew that she would have understood Alice, and she immediately was so receptive and so great".

"Thank you is not big enough, I have to walk it out, I have to live my thank you out", Johnson said.

Meanwhile, Johnson's life was suddenly intertwined with one of the most famous stars in the world-one she had never heard of before. Are you ready to go home?' When she said that, I went into full-fledged Pentecostal holy dance!

Alice now keeps a photo of Kim in her bible, that is a page ripped out of a tabloid magazine.

After Alice Marie Johnson received the news of her commutation, Kim Kardashian, who advocated for her release from prison, has made a decision to travel to Memphis to meet with Johnson in person.

The President's daughter connected Kardashian with her husband, Jared Kushner, who took an interest in Johnson's case, according to Kardashian West.

"I plan on continuing to magnify this issue", Johnson said. "This, like, fulfilled my heart, and so since I feel so fulfilled, why would I stop that?" "And everyone was amazed and I was amazed too".

Alice had already served more than 20 years in prison on drug conspiracy and money laundering charges.

'It was wonderful. I'm so glad that she was the one who was able to deliver the news to me.