Kanye West declares Pete Davidson ‘dead’ after breakup with Kim Kardashian

Ye West is not done taking shots at Pete Davidson
Kanye West (Photo credit: Bang Media)

It was recently reported that Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson have broken up after nine months.

Throughout those nine months, Ye West has had moments where he’s trolled Davidson, and once he heard the news of the breakup, it was only natural for him to comment.


On Aug. 8, West posted a fake newspaper headline on Instagram that read “Skete Davidson Dead At Age 28.”

https://www.instagram.com/p/Cg_0KfkreCq/


Earlier in the year, West trolled Davidson in the music video for “Eazy.” West is seen kidnapping Davidson by throwing a bag over his head and tying him up. Ye then drives to an unknown location where he rips off the bag, revealing Davidson’s face. After that, West sprinkles roses over Davidson’s head.

According to TMZ, Kardashian has had an issue with West and social media attacks toward Davidson, and it wouldn’t be surprising if she had a problem with his recent antics.

To add insult to injury, fine print at the bottom of the newspaper reads; “Kid Cudi meant to play fearful of bottle throwers.” At Rolling Loud, Cudi took the place of West as a headliner, and while he performed, the crowd began to throw objects at him on stage. That prompted Cudi to cut his performance short.

Let’s see if West continues to troll Davidson throughout the week.

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