Apple co-founder, Steve Wozniak, who visited reality star Kim Kardashian, her beau Kanye West and their baby in the hospital just a day after the birth, has now opened up about the meeting. Wozniak was one of the first few to have had a look at North West right after she was born.
"It was going to be a big surprise for Kanye," Wozniak stated to ABC News in an interview.
According to Wozniak, the visit was set up by Kardashian for Kanye's birthday as she wanted the two to meet for a surprise lunch and have Wozniak sign one of two Apple Pro Computer mice.
"What a beautiful idea from Kim. I signed the mouse in front of him. It's really rare, both our signatures in matching form," Wozniak stated.
"It was an excellent conversation for about two hours and he finally got into his grandiose business ideas. I have some comments to give him. I have been thinking about it since the meeting," he added.
The other mouse had already been signed by the iconic late Steve Jobs. West even tweeted a picture of the mice, which was his Father's Day gift from Kardashian.
"One of the other gifts my girl gave me for Father's Day," he tweeted . West celebrated his first Father's Day just 24 hours after the birth of his daughter North West, who was born on June 15.
When Wozniak was quizzed as to how baby looked like, he said he didn't see much of North West, and that he sat with West in a different room.
He also refused to comment on West's goal of being the next Steve Jobs. He however stated that when you visualize yourself in a certain way, anything can happen.
West, 36, compared himself to the late Steve Jobs in an interview.
"Think what Kanye West is going to mean is something similar to what Steve Jobs means. I am undoubtedly, you know, Steve of Internet, downtown, fashion, culture. Period. By a long jump. I honestly feel that because Steve has passed, you know, it's like when Biggie passed and Jay-Z was allowed to become Jay-Z," he stated.