Video by Kanye Pete Davidson – Kanye West’s fight with Pete Davidson escalated with an impressive text exchange.
On Sunday, March 13, after the rap artist began reporting even more blood-related complaints with his ex Kim Kardashian on Instagram, Saturday Night Live comic book companion Dave Sirus, his King of Staten co-author Island, shared what he said was a “message” from Pete, which Ye criticized on the web and in his music.
The post, which has since been deleted, contained a text exchange between Kanye and the SNL star, who rarely posts via online media. A source close to Ye told E! News that the texts are credible.
“Hey, it’s Skete,” Pete kept in touch with Kanye in a text — whose E! redacted/altered the language, alluding to a derogatory nickname the rap craftsman gave him. “I’ve concluded that I won’t allow you to treat us this way any longer and I just kept quiet. Kanye replied, “Nice of you using irreverence. Where are you at the moment?” Pete responded, “In bed with your better half,” alongside a selfie showing him lying on a bed. Kim, who Pete also defended as “actually the best mom I’ve ever known” in his messages to Ye, is not in the photo.
On his own Instagram page, Kanye referred to the argument in a selfie video, while begging. “Girlfriend texts me, threatening me, bragging about sleeping with my better half,” he said at the close, which was later deleted. “I’m like, all things considered, who’s watching my kids assume he’s texting me, bragging about sleeping with my significant other?”
The source close to Kanye told E! News that “Ye’s main center is his children”.
AND! News reached out to Pete and Kim’s representatives for information and received no response. The artist, known for his awareness of what’s truly funny on and off stage, took to Dave’s Instagram to post a public message beforehand to honor the late Full House star Bob Saget following the death of the individual comic in January.