During a sit-down interview with Ellen DeGeneres, Kim Kardashian addressed Pete Davidson’s supposed chest tattoo dedicated to her—and disclosed the other art he got in her honor.
Despite the recent tension with Kanye West, Kim Kardashian’s friendship with Pete Davidson is still going strong.
So intense is his love for the SKIMS mogul that the Saturday Night Live star is going over and beyond to prove it. Pete, 28, has many tattoos dedicated to Kim, 41, as Kim revealed on the March 16 broadcast of The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
Kim acknowledged “he has a few tattoos, a few nice ones” when host Ellen DeGeneres questioned recent rumors that Pete had her name tattooed on his chest. “It’s a branding,” Kim confirmed the “KIM” tribute, which isn’t a tattoo.
“Let me explain,” she went on. ” ‘Oh, very cute, thank you!’ I thought when he received his first tattoo. ‘Oh my goodness!’ Second, to myself, whatever it is, “Oh, that’s so cute.” But isn’t that what tattoo artists do? They receive tattoos of the events of their lives.”
Pete has several tattoos dedicated to Kim, but her “favorite” reads, “My girl is a lawyer.” “That one is pretty cute,” Kim, who passed California’s infant bar exam last year, told Ellen.
Ellen then returned to Pete’s
“branding,” inquiring whether an “iron thing went onto his body” to brand Kim’s name, which she affirmed. “Yes…
‘I want something there that I can’t get rid of my tattoos,’ he said.” Kim remarked. “He’s working on getting rid of his arms and neck tats. “I don’t want to be able to get rid of it or cover it up,” he says, “and I wanted it there like a scar on me.”
Kim and Ellen chat
Kim, who has four children with ex-Kanye West, spoke with Ellen about why she recently decided to become an Instagram official with the comedian. Kim joked, “I guess it’s not official until you post.” “I have the greatest images of the two of us, and I want to be like, ‘Oh my gosh, we’re so adorable!’ ‘Don’t be so frantic, don’t be sharing too much, provide a glimpse,’ I say.”
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She said, “I don’t know what the correct thing to do is.” “I haven’t indulged in a long time and have no idea what the rules are,” she says.
Kim described this period of her life as “feeling good.”
“it’s in life,” she continued, “like I encourage my friends and the people I love to be happy no matter what.” “‘You know what, I’m in my 40s, f—k it…go for it, find your happiness,’ I said. And I went for it, taking my time, and I found it, and it feels fantastic, and I want to have it forever.”