Karl-Anthony Towns is truly living the life. The NBA star was treated extravagantly on his birthday by girlfriend Jordyn Woods. Not only did she celebrate the baller’s 26th with a surprise party, but Jordan also gave KAT an expensive gift.

The Minnesota Timberwolves center went out to celebrate his birthday after the T-Wolves played the Phoenix Suns on Monday night. He had no idea what kind of party was waiting. TMZ shared video of Towns being surprised by friends and family as he enters what appears to be a restaurant.

After the party broke up, everyone returned home to continue the celebration. That’s where Woods hooked Karl-Anthony up with the big present. She gifted her boyfriend a $13,000 Louis Vuitton Alzer 80 bag, customized with Towns’ initials and a tribute to his late mother.

Last year, Jordyn also gave Karl a Louis Vuitton bag. That bag, too, was adorned with a tribute to KAT’s mom. It featured her name, along with a halo and angel wings as a tribute.

Jodyn also shared a photo of the couple standing in the ocean in an embrace on her Instagram. She left him a special love note there, as well. 790,221 fans were emotionally moved by the gesture.

“Happy 26th Birthday to my rock, my bestfriend, my lover @karltowns  they don’t make them like you no more!!! I love you so much!!!”

The Timberwolves fell to 4-9, losing to the Suns on KAT’s birthday 99-96. Towns pitched in a birthday double double of 35 points and 13 rebounds, but it wasn’t enough. Towns has been rumored to want out of Minnesota, and we really can’t blame him.

What do you think of Jordyn Woods’ awesome gift? Let us know in the comments!

Michael Perry

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