This past weekend, Kanye West resumed throwing jabs in Pete Davidson’s direction.
Following the leaks of alleged heated text messages between the two celebrities, the rapper broke silence on his true feelings about the Saturday Night Live star, calling him out for making a mockery of him. In response to these texts, West went on his usual rant about Davidson, but this time, fans believe the Donda musician went too far.
Kanye West and Pete Davidson’s feud continues
According to Page Six, Kanye West took to his Instagram this week to tell the world he worries that Pete Davidson will get Kim Kardashian “hooked on drugs.”
His full post reads: “Im really concerned that SKETE will get my kids mom hooked on drugs He’s in rehab every 2 months.”
See the controversial post below.
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In his first public call out, West posted a screenshot of an article of Davidson that shed light on an inappropriate joke the comedian made in the past. Commenting on the article, West stated:
Yet another reason why SKETE gotta stay away from my children Oh and nobody noticed that he ain’t show up to SNL Because Mr. I can help you with meds had a mental breakdown after we ran him off the internet SKETE you not built for this I already blacked the Super Bowl out on you Apologize to your family for being in your family
To cement his growing disdain towards Kardashian’s current boyfriend, West then posted a picture from his controversial “Eazy” video. While fans have seen the video before, the musician posting the unsettling image once again along with his many other comments was the final nail in the coffin.
“Pete is not an addict, he went to rehab multiple times for mental health related issues. This is just straight up slander at this point,” one fan on Reddit said in the SNL star’s defense, while another stated, “This is the one that crosses a line, I think. I’ve thought that about some of Kanye’s posts before but I do think this is it.”
Pete’s fans aren’t the only ones tired of the low-blows.
“[Kim’s] really thankful Pete is extremely understanding and chill, and is very happy he is sticking up for himself,” an insider told E! News. “She thinks it’s complete nonsense how Kanye is acting, and enough is enough. She’s so happy Pete spoke out [and] hopes Kanye can now move on.”
It’s unclear if or when Kanye West will delete the controversial post from his Instagram account. Being that he usually does delete his posts, we’re expecting the removal to be done in the next few days, but as this fight is clearing heating up to the point of no return, it might be better to expect the unexpected.
Stay tuned for more updates.