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A few weeks ago, Kim Kardashian was declared legally single by a Los Angeles judge, removing ‘West’ from her name.
That same day, Kanye West released his disturbing claymation music video for ‘Eazy’.
The video showed a figure resembling Kim’s new boyfriend, Pete Davidson, being kidnapped, bound, and buried up to his neck in a bed of roses.
Kanye might be losing the plot, taking it out on Davidson via social media in more ways than just that, but none of it has stopped the new couple from making it official:
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With that announcement under his belt, Davidson, who has been laying pretty low regarding this drama, took it upon himself to tell Kanye to back off once and for all, reported TODAY.
In an alleged series of leaked text messages, it appears that Davidson – introducing himself as “Skete”, the derogatory name that Kanye has given him to diss him repeatedly – told Kanye that he is no longer going to ignore the drama that Ye is creating:
“I’ve decided I’m not gonna let you treat us this way anymore and I’m done being quiet,” he wrote. “Grow the f— up.”
The text leak seems to have come from an Instagram post that West himself shared and then deleted, as well as Davidson’s comedian friend Dave Sirus.
You can check out screenshots of the text thread in this Instagram post (not the original post). Scroll right for further images:
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Davidson was on the right track until he obviously agitated Kanye with that “in bed with your wife” comment:
On Sunday, March 13, the rapper posted and since deleted nearly four-minute long video on Instagram with the caption: “Saying a prayer that my children can come to Sunday Service.”
In the clip, West, 44, said that Davidson, 28, sent him “antagonizing” text messages about his relationship with ex Kim Kardashian.
“The boyfriend text me, antagonizing me, bragging about being in bed with my wife,” West said. “I thought publicly for a year and a half I’ve been dragged (about) how she’s not my wife. She doesn’t have my last name. Now, he’s texting me bragging about how he’s in bed with my wife and I’m like, ‘Well who’s watching my children if he’s texting me, bragging about being in bed with my wife?’”
Kanye was adamant that they meet at his Sunday Service event but Davidson said he preferred to hash things out “privately one on one”.
The text message plea ended with Davidson warning Kanye that he will stop being so “nice” if Kanye continues to “press me like you [have] for the past 6 months”.
Funny how all this drama has come just in time for The Kardashians’ new Hulu show set to debut next month, as well as Ye’s album release.
It is also fine timing in terms of covering up the nonsense Kim recently spewed about work ethic, offending a lot of women after International Women’s Day by ‘advising’ women to “Get your f—— ass up and work. It seems like nobody wants to work these days.”
Sure, Kanye needs to chill, but so does Kim.
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