Kanye West's Social Media Drama Keeps Getting Messier And Messier

It's safe to say that Kanye West is not a big fan of Pete Davidson. The rapper has made his opinion about the "Saturday Night Live" star very clear on social media in the past few months since Davidson began dating West's estranged wife, Kim Kardashian. Kardashian and Davidson were first linked in October 2021 when they were spotted holding hands at Knotts Scary Farm just a few days after Kardashian hosted "SNL" and shared an on-screen kiss with the comedian in a skit (via Us Weekly). The pair have seemingly grown even more serious and even jetted off for a tropical vacation together.

Days after the couple's romantic getaway, West released a new track that mentioned Davidson's name and fired shots at the actor. "God saved me from that crash/ Just so I can beat Pete Davidson's a**," the lyrics read as the rapper seemingly references the 2002 car accident that left him in the hospital with a broken jaw, per Page Six.

Now, West is taking things a step further, and speaking out about Davidson and Kardashian again. This time, he released private messages from Davidson.

Kanye made his feelings about Pete Davidson clear

TMZ reports that Kanye West spent much of the weekend commencing February 12 dissing Pete Davidson on social media. The rapper shared a screenshot of an old rumor that claimed Davidson sent Ariana Grande's ex-boyfriend, the late Mac Miller, intimate photos of himself with the singer. However, that rumor was never proven to be true. West also shared another snap of Davidson, this time cutting out his face, and calling the "SNL" star a "d***head" in the caption. 

However, West didn't stop there. He went on to share a screenshot of a text message that Davidson had sent him. The text appeared to read, "As a man, I'd never get in the way of your children. It's a promise. How you guys go about raising your kids is your business and not mine. I do hope one day I can meet them and we can all be friends," (via The Blast). West responded with a clear message, saying "NO YOU WILL NEVER MEET MY CHILDREN."

West's rant about Davidson was a bit concerning for fans, who thought there was a chance that the rapper's account may have been hacked. However, West put that rumor to bed by sharing a photo of himself holding a paper that revealed he wasn't hacked and had Sunday's date written on it. Meanwhile, sources tell Page Six that the drama has actually brought Davidson and Kardashian closer together.