Speaking to Ashley Graham on the model's first podcast, Kim says a brand — who she said is known for knocking off Kanye's Yeezy designs — approached her with a seven-figure offer to post their attire on her social media.
When she spoke to her husband about considering the offer, he said, "No, babe. I really don't want you to do that."
Being the good wife she is, Kim reveals she turned down the money but Kanye made it up to her.
"Mother's Day was, like, the next week. Mother's Day comes and he happened to be recording out of town and I get my flowers and I get an envelope delivered to the door," she says. "I opened the envelope and it was a million dollar check with a note saying thank you for always supporting me and not posting."
But that wasn't the only thing Kim got for Mother's Day.
"In the rest of the envelope, it was a contract to be an owner of Yeezy, to have my percentage," she continued. "And that was my Mother's Day present."
Kim Kardashian reveals she initially had "no shame" about the thought of cashing it, then felt guilty ... but ended up taking Kanye's money anyway.
"Pretty Big Deal" is Graham's newest venture — she's sitting down with "incredible game changers" who she's had "many deep and thoughtful conversations with."
She started the podcast "so everyone can join in and discuss the topics that matter to us most with people who are pretty big deals."
This season, Ashley Graham has revealed other episodes will include actresses Amy Schumer and Gabrielle Union, as well as journalist Noor Tagouri and YouTube sensation Lilly Singh.