Pete Davidson has established himself as one of the funniest celebrities in the world right now. He’s also been seeing Kim Kardashian for a few months now, after Kardashian filed for divorce from her estranged spouse Kanye West.
Kanye West appears to be trapped in the midst of his breakup with Kim Kardashian, and he’s taking it out on Pete Davidson with a new hint of violence, at least in song. Fivio Foreign’s latest track, “City of Gods,” features Ye alongside Alicia Keys.
It’s a solid track, unless you’re Pete, in which case Ye’s line sends intimidation flying in Pete’s direction. What else could the SNL star feel about these lines — “This afternoon, a hundred goons pullin’ up to SNL (What?) When I pull up, it’s dead on arrival.”
According to TMZ, the Kanye diss apparently doesn’t have any effect on Pete … a source close to the comedian tells them, “Pete is focusing on his relationship with Kim and making sure she feels supported, the rest is just noise.”
This isn’t the first time Kanye West has used lyrics to express his thoughts about the couple. And, as we previously reported, Ye was apparently spreading AIDS-related allegations about Pete last month, which insiders close to the rapper dismissed as nonsense.
We want to hope things will improve between the three of them, but for the time being, Ye appears to be trapped in lyrical threatening mode. You can check out the track below. Fivio Foreign is outstanding, as always, and even Pop Smoke got some love in the beginning as the former King of NYC. RIP Pop Smoke.
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