Kanye West’s continuous attacks and threats towards estranged wife Kim Kardashian’s boyfriend Pete Davidson have been well documented for the past few months. Since Pete Davidson recently re-joined Instagram, he’s a bit new and might have been over his head on the social media platform as Ye sent a barrage of shade his way.
Pete Davidson initially wasn’t on Instagram when Kanye started targeting him. In the midst of all the drama revolving Kanye and Kim, SNL star decided to join Instagram again. This led to many believe the social media rants from Kanye towards him will turn more spicy.
A day later Davidson came back on Instagram, Mr. West followed his account. Pete had joined the platform after remaining idle for 4 years.
On of Wednesday afternoon, Davidson’s Instagram page was nowhere to be found. Earlier during the same day, he had shared a clip from Martin Scorsese’s 1982 film “The King of Comedy,” in which Robert De Niro, as wannabe comic Rupert Pupkin, claims:
“Better to be king for a night than schmuck for a lifetime.”
Many believed this dialogue from the movie shared by Davidson on his account that he made during KimYe drama was aimed at Kanye. But it seems all that has come an end with Davidson now deleting his account. We won’t be getting online interaction between the two as fans had hoped.