Pete Just Shaded Kanye With a Cryptic Video After Ye Called Him a ‘D–khead’ For Dating Kim

Placing in his two cents. After a number of posts attacking him, comic Pete Davidson shaded Kanye West with a cryptic Youtube video linked on his Instagram bio.

The 28-year-old comic shared a Youtube video containing a scene from The King of Comedy the place Rupert Pupkin, performed by Robert DeNiro, says “Higher to be a king for an evening, than a schmuck for a lifetime.” Although in a roundabout way referring to Kanye, many followers assumed that it was in regards to the feud between the Donda rapper and the Saturday Evening Reside comic. “I’ll all the time love Kanye however he positively is dealing with this poorly and Pete is being an actual man about it,” one commenter wrote in response the video. One other remark sympathizes with Pete: “I’m happy with Pete for a way he has been dealing with this complete ordeal. He’s actually mature, hoping he’s doing okay.”

The feedback seek advice from Kanye’s now-deleted rants about Pete on his Instagram. The 44-year-old rapper posted a caption attacking him “LOOK AT THIS D–KHEAD, I WONDER IF INSTAGRAM GONNA SHUT DOWN MY PAGE FOR DISSING HILARY CLINTON’S EX-BOYFRIEND.” He had additionally written a scathing line about him in “My Life Was By no means Eazy,” the place he raps “God saved me from the crash, simply so I can beat Pete Davidson’s ass.”

Pete’s shady publish is simply the newest installment of the continuing saga between him and Ye. The transfer comes after Pete quietly rejoined Instagram after an almost two-year-long hiatus, at which level his girlfriend, Kim Kardashian, unfollowed her ex-husband Kanye West on Instagram. Earlier than the video publish, Pete had been quiet about his relationship and his half in Kim and Kanye’s divorce. He was reportedly “making an attempt to remain away” from the rapper and specializing in his present relationship with Kim. Kim, for her half, filed for divorce from Kanye in February 2021 and began a relationship with Pete later that yr.

Nonetheless, this isn’t the comic’s first jab at Kanye. The SNL star appeared on Weekend Replace in 2018, with the well-known viral video the place he jokingly mentioned, “Make Kanye 2006 Once more” and criticized Kanye for not taking his medicines for his psychological well being.

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