Pete Davidson trolls Kanye with standup set and new neck tattoo
New York, New York - Comedian Pete Davidson finally publically addresses his ongoing feud with rapper Kanye "Ye" West with his return to stand-up and a new tattoo.
Kim Kardashian's new beau, performed at the Netflix Is A Joke comedy festival in Los Angeles over the weekend and shamelessly addressed some of the most memorable moments of the beef with her ex, Kanye.
Among them was Ye allegedly trying to start a rumor about Davidson having AIDS.
"I had an AIDS scare this year," the comedian joked, explaining that he ended up getting tested because Kanye is a "genius".
The SNL regular went on to joke about West's relentless attempts to win Kim back, such as the time he sent her a truckload of roses. He compared it to a classic Robin Williams film with a hilariously similar premise, saying, "Am I the only one who secretly hopes Kanye will go full Mrs. Doubtfire?"
Pete also gave a shout-out to Will Smith's infamous Oscars slap, saying "Chris got slapped, I got decapitated." That's a reference to Ye's music video which showed a claymation figure of Davidson being beheaded and buried.
Kim and Pete also attended the White House Correspondence dinner on Saturday. A photo taken by paparazzi got the internet buzzing, as it appeared that the actor had gotten a new tattoo that reads KNSCP. Fans began speculating that the letters are the first initials of Kim and her four children – North, Saint, Chicago, and Psalm.
The meaning of the cryptic tattoo has yet to be confirmed, but some, including comedian D.L. Hughley, who was critical of Kanye in the past, believe Pete may have gone too far.
Kanye recently stepped away from the spotlight to seek help for his behavior.
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