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After publicly separating in December 2020, Kanye West and Kim Kardashian both seemingly moved on to new relationships. In November of the following year, dating rumors of Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson started to circulate, officially confirmed when Pete referred to the reality star as his “girlfriend” during an interview with People in February of this year.

Kanye West was not too pleased with this, and a feud between Kanye and Pete began in January.

In previous weeks, Kanye had been publicly linked to actress Julia Fox, but after just weeks together, the couple split.

On Feb. 4, Kanye began to pick public fights on social media with Kim and Pete. He posted a series of all-caps posts, which voiced concerns about his daughter North, posted personal attacks on Davidson (only referring to him as “Skete”), and exposed private texts from Kim. He later deleted all of the posts.


On Feb. 12, Kanye West shared a photo to his Instagram of himself with Kid Cudi and Pete at dinner, crossing Pete’s face out with a giant red X, along with a note that said, “Just so everyone knows Cudi will not be on Donda because he’s friends with you know who.” ‘You know who’ is a reference to Pete Davidson.

Kid Cudi then responded to Kanye, writing that he did not want to “be on your album, you f*kng dinosaur.” Cudi added, “Everyone knows I’ve been the best thing about your albums since I met you.”

Kanye then began to post several memes to his Instagram, mainly featuring Kid Cudi, Pete Davidson and Kim Kardashian. In one of the shared images, West edited his face and other celebrities, including Taylor Swift and Billie Eilish, onto a Marvel movie poster titled “Kanye West: Civil War.” In addition, Kanye shared a headless photo of Pete and Kim and a photo of one of Pete’s tattoos, alleging that Davidson and Hillary Clinton once dated.

Kanye continued to post on the internet. He then spread an article claiming Pete tried to get between Ariana Grande and the late Mac Miller and posted another text screenshot from Pete himself telling Kanye he will not involve himself with Kim and his children.

The rapper later shared a screenshot of his name trending on Twitter, tagging Kim and adding, “ALWAYS REMEMBER WEST WAS YOUR BIGGEST W.”

On March 2 (the same day that the Wests’ faced off in court over Kim’s divorce petition), the rapper released the music video for his song “Eazy”, which was released back in January. Throughout the black and white, mostly animated music video, Kanye takes violent actions against Pete. “God saved me from the crash, just so I can beat Pete Davidson’s *ss,” he says in the song. In the video, Pete’s animated figure gets a bag thrown over his head and is kidnapped, decapitated and buried in the ground by West. At the end of the video, the text on the screen read, “EVERYONE LIVED HAPPILY EVER AFTER / EXCEPT YOU KNOW WHO,” referring to Pete Davidson. There’s then a follow-up message that says, “JK HE’S FINE.”

After the release of the music video, Kim publicly liked a tweet from James Gunn that said, “For the record, Pete Davidson is one of the nicest, sweetest guys I know. A truly generous, tender & funny spirit, he treats everyone around him with respect.”

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FSU sophomore Public Relations major from Atlanta, Georgia. Lover of all things green or Frank Ocean related. Bonus point for both.