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Pete Davidson And Ye Have A Man-To-Man Chat In Text Messages

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Pete Davidson, Ye Have A Man-To-Man Chat In Text Messages
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Pete Davidson and Ye finally took their feud out of the public. Like real men, they now send each other text messages to figure out who should be dating Kim Kardashian.

Ye is now posting videos complaining about godless Tiktokers belittling him as a paternal figure. He also goes after Kim, who apparently keeps him away from his children. Oh, and the media, which is obviously why Kim keeps their kids away from Ye.

Luckily, Ye now also obtains “the best advice from Tory Lanez,” which is “to pray and ask the God to speak through me.”

For heads-up, Tory is currently facing felony charges for allegedly shooting Megan Thee Stallion in the foot twice. Anyways, back to the text messages.

Ye & Skete

The following texts ended up on the Internet after Pete’s friend got permission from Davidson to share them. It’s not clear whether anyone asked the same question to Kim Kardashian.

“Yo it’s Skete,” Davidson started the text feud, using his new Ye-designed nickname. “It’s 8am and it don’t gotta be like this.” It’s unclear what happened before their conversation and what exactly “don’t gotta be like this.”

After giving Pete a little attitude about using profanity (“fucking lucky,” “grow the fuck up”), Ye asked the stand-up comedian about his current location. In response, Davidson started acting funny. “In bed with your wife,” the comedian responded to the artist. He also attached a morning selfie. At least, he didn’t attach Kim to his morning selfie for the world to see later.

Pete Davidson, Ye Have A Man-To-Man Chat In Text Messages

Pete Davidson is basically like those dudes who cap “my Kardashian-style gf” under the pictures of their significant others on social media. The only difference is that Pete Davidson goes out with an actual Kardashian. And Ye is just an asshole, but that’s business as usual. Strength and patience to Kim Kardashian. Image source: TMZ.

Ye responded, saying he was happy to see Pete out of the hospital and rehab. Davidson said it does wonders and suggested Ye also visits it (one of the good sides of having mental health issues is that you get to throw insults like that). The stand-up comedian also called the hip-hop artist “a little internet b***h boy.” Poor Kim.

Nice Guy & The Religious Man

The feud then went on, with Pete being Mr. Nice Guy and explaining to Ye that his actions are wrong, mkay? Ye religiously kept inviting Pete to Sunday Service. Davidson said he wants to meet after Sunday service and “talk it out in my room. Privately one on one. Man to man.”

It seems that their “man to man” conversation will turn into another Internet feud. Both will get their ratings up and not actually figure anything out. But I can, of course, be wrong.

Pete Davidson, Ye Have A Man-To-Man Chat In Text Messages

Mr. Nice Guy & Mr. Messiah figure it out like real men. Image source: TMZ.

Maybe Pete Davidson is actually the most excellent man in the world. He’s just looking out for some family he met several months ago instead of showing off the fact that he’s sleeping with Kanye West’s ex-wife.

He also was probably in a very unsafe situation when leaking the messages. After all, unless out of safety concerns, why else would someone put the text messages with the father of their significant other’s children in public? You know…

“If you continue to press me like you have for the past six months I’m gonna stop being nice,” Davidson said at the end of the conversation with Ye. He also destroyed my argument in the two last paragraphs above.

Oh, well.

Pete Davidson, Ye Have A Man-To-Man Chat In Text Messages

Directed by Robert B. Weide. Image source: TMZ.

It might even be possible that Ye is not a Christian-right nut who’s blaming media outlets for his family woes. He just has some secret information, and Illuminati is trying to completely destroy the family values with their fake news and Tiktokers.

Oh well.

Written by Nikita Serdiuk

 

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My name is Nikita. I report and sometimes share my opinion on music, music industry, and other stuff.

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