Is This How Pete Davidson Really Feels About Kanye's Threatening Lyrics?

Perhaps no one saw it coming but now, Pete Davidson and Kim Kardashian are one of the hottest couples in Hollywood. The two were first spotted together in October of last year at an amusement park (via Cosmopolitan). With their romance still going strong, the reality star's ex Kanye West is weighing in via a new song and let's just say the lyrics are not exactly, "yeah, it's cool if you date my estranged wife."

Instead, as reported by Page Six, in the line about the "SNL" star, Kanye sings, ​​"God saved me from that crash/ Just so I can beat Pete Davidson's a**." The outlet notes that the rapper was in an accident in 2002.

So is Davidson worried about Kardashian's ex's threat in his song, "Eazy?" (via The Sun). Actually, according to a source, "Pete thinks it's totally hilarious. Not just that — he thinks the whole [tabloid drama with him, West and Kardashian] is hilarious. He loves it."

Kim Kardashian does not love Kanye's response to her new relationship

While a smitten Davidson may find West's take on his new romance with Kardashian "hilarious," sources say his famous girlfriend feels very differently. "Kim has been overwhelmed and upset by Kanye's recent interviews and antics," an insider told Entertainment Tonight, referring to the star's claims he wasn't permitted to enter the couple's daughter Chicago's birthday party.

West also talked to Jason Lee before "Eazy" was released, saying on his podcast "Hollywood Unlocked," "How you gonna bring me to 'SNL' and kiss the dude you dating right in front of me and everybody's like, 'Aw, that's cool.'"

Meanwhile, if West wanted to drive a wedge between Kardashian and Davidson, his approach isn't working, with a source telling Us Weekly, "It's not impacting their relationship at all. If anything, this drama is bringing Kim and Pete closer together because he makes things so easy."