Kanye West’s feud with Pete Davidson has escalated with a shocking text exchange. The Saturday Night Live comedian’s friend Dave Sirus, his King of Staten Island co-writer, shared.
He said a “message” from Pete, whom Ye has dissed online and in his music, on Sunday, March 13, after the rap artist began expressing more family-related grievances with his ex Kim Kardashian on Instagram.
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The text messages between Kanye and the SNL star are involved in the post, not found anywhere. The texts are genuine, according to a source close to Ye, according to E! News.
Pete texted Kanye, “Yo, it’s Skete,” referring to a disparaging nickname the rapper had given him. “I’ve decided that I’m not going to let you treat us like this any longer, and I’m no longer going to stay silent. Grow some f—-king f—-king f—-king f—-king f—-king.”
Kanye said in response, “You, on the other hand, are using obscenities. What are your current whereabouts?” “In bed with your wife,” Pete replied, along with a selfie of him laying on a bed. In his texts to Ye, Pete described Kim as “literally the best mother I’ve ever met.” The shot does not depict Kim.
Kanye acknowledged the encounter in a selfie video while praying on his Instagram page. In the deleted video, he added, “The boyfriend texts me, antagonizing me, bragging about being in bed with my wife.” “I’m like, who’s going to watch my kids if he’s texting me about being in bed with my wife?”
Kanye’s “primary priority is his children,” according to a source close to him, according to E! News.
Pete and Kim’s representatives have not responded to E! News’ request for comment. The comedian, known for his witty off-stage antics, had previously used Dave’s Instagram to deliver a public message, paying tribute to late Full House star Bob Saget following his passing in January.