Kim Kardashian asked and President Trump answered.
Two weeks after Trump commuted Johnson's sentence, West traveled to Memphis to meet the woman - and show her the magic of Snapchat filters.
After spending 21 years in prison, Alice Marie Johnson, a first-time nonviolent drug offender who was given a life sentence without parole, was pardoned by President Trump after Kim Kardashian advocated on Johnson's behalf.
On Wednesday, Us Weekly confirmed that the reality star and mother of three was headed on another cross-country trip in honor of the recently-released Johson.
"I think that what she did is very was very nice and out of love and kindness". "Kim was the one to tell Alice that she was being released".
Speaking about the phone call Kim made to tell her she can go home, Alice says: "I went into full fledge Pentecostal holy dance". It was a ideal ending'.
The great-grandmother went on to describe hearing the news of her commutation as "a moment [she] will never forget".
The social media starlet, 37, is reportedly heading to Memphis, Tennessee for a face-to-face with the 63-year-old according to UsWeekly Tuesday.
The interview will air on Thursday (June 14) on NBC News' TODAY.
After learning of Johnson's commutation on June 6, Kardashian tweeted: "Best news ever! I hope to continue important work by working together with organizations who have been fighting this fight for much longer than I have and deserve the recognition".
Alice had already served more than 20 years in prison on drug conspiracy and money laundering charges.
Kim visited the White House in May to meet with Jared Kushner, Trump's son-in-law and senior adviser, who is overseeing the administration's push to overhaul the nation's prison system.