How Kim Kardashian Reportedly Feels About Kanye West Taking Another Shot At Pete Davidson In New Music Video


The issues between exes Kim Kardashian and Kanye West have been boiling over for some months. It first started seemingly over a difference in parenting styles, namely their 8-year-old daughter’s TikTok use. However, the rapper has also made it plain publicly that he does not like Kardashian’s new boyfriend, Pete Davidson, in a diss track that threatened violence. He took another shot at the SNL alum with a new music video to accompany the track, and his ex-wife reportedly has some feelings about its contents.

The “Eazy” music video, featuring The Game and Kanye West, sees a Pete Davidson lookalike buried up to his neck by a West lookalike and ends with a cryptic message about who will and won’t have a “happily ever after.” It’s caused some waves, unsurprisingly, with some celebs speaking up in support of Davidson’s position. Kim Kardashian herself hasn’t officially commented on the controversial video, but a source close to the reality star told People that she is allegedly at her wits at this point, saying:

She thinks it’s way too violent and is upset. She’s really upset with Kanye that he’d do this. She’s completely over all of this and she wants it to stop.

In the one and only time the future Hulu star publicly criticized Ye’s behavior of late, she as much as said that she wanted their issues resolved privately. Which has yet to materialize. There have even apparently been security issues for the SNL star in the midst of all the hoopla. The rapper, though, is seemingly happy to be the cause of the reported discomfort and has taken to gloating over the comedian’s hasty exit from Instagram.

If it’s a “Civil War” like Kanye West claims is going on, is he in effect winning? It would seem not entirely given new reports that the 44-year-old has fired yet another lawyer after Kim Kardashian was granted her wish to be legally single in court recently. As a result, the SKIMS CEO has finally taken the West surname off her social media handles.

It’s honestly curious that there is so much animosity over the Keeping Up with the Kaardashians alum dating Pete Davidson when her ex has been dating several women himself since the divorce. The latest whirlwind romance between Kanye West and Julia Fox has only just fizzled out. But he is evidently already moving on with a “Kim Kardashian lookalike” in 24-year-old Chaney Jones, who he has been spotted with lately.

To their credit, Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson have been holding onto their relationship for about 5 months, despite obvious complaints about it. Davidson appears to be refraining from his usual witty retorts concerning Ye in respect for Kardashian. However, should they break up as the fashion mogul clearly wants to happen, it’ll surely be a no-holds bar roast fest at Studio 8H…

D.L. Hughley On Kanye West and Kim Kardashian: ‘He is Stalking Her’


D.L. Hughley has had enough of Ye’s Instagram behavior.

The longtime radio host and comedian chopped it up with DJ Vlad this past week, and during their discussion he touched on his thoughts on the artist formerly known as Kanye West, and Instagram posts he’s made about his now-ex wife Kim Kardashian—including sharing their text messages and memes inspired by their divorce. His comments come as KISS’ Gene Simmons said there’s something “clinically wrong” with Ye, and that sometimes people need a “good bitch slap.”

“I think that I’ve watched too many times when things like that happened and a woman or somebody is not believed. And then things escalate,” Hughley said. “He is stalking her. You can think it’s cute. If it was my daughter, I’d do something about it. I don’t think it’s funny. I think that you can’t write a beat so good that you get to do these things. And society laughs it off because they say, ‘Well, she’s showing her ass all the time and he’s this and he’s that.’”

Hughley continued, sharing that he thinks the “difference between him and a restraining order is about 20 hits and a couple of hundred million dollars,” and that there’s no point to bringing Kim’s new boyfriend Pete Davidson into the conversation, as Ye has. As he explained, if you’re “threatening the dude that’s fucking your woman, all he gonna do is fuck her harder.”

“I would want my family [together], I understand that, too,” Hughley said. “But if you want your family, stop doing the shit you did that made her leave. How about take your medicine. All that wild shit you were doing that got her, be different. Stop doing the crazy shit that exhausted her. It’s so important, when a woman gets in her 40s and you get in your 40s, all that shit that was fun is exhausting.”

Hughley, who has previously compared Ye to former President Donald Trump, has opened up about his feelings on the creative in the past. In 2020, he told Vlad that Ye is the “worst fucking kind of human being,” and that both he and Trump were “narcissists, neither of them read, and I’ve seen both of their wives naked.”

In other interview clips from his latest sit-down with Vlad, Hughley made reference to Ye’s mental health when he said that “if Kanye has all those voices in his head, one of them should tell him to shut the fuck up.” Hughley also spoke on what it’s like to make a mistake in a relationship and want to make it right, and that at that point, all you’re in control of is “the vehicle it leaves in.”

“You might get in your car and intend to get to the airport,” he said. “What happens to you ain’t up to you. It’s other situations: drivers, lights, other circumstances. But I’ll say this. I never really apologized for telling jokes or trying to be ironic. But I will apologize if I made a judgmental observation and it was off or hurtful.”

Kanye’s threats are no joke, even if the target is Kim Kardashian | Opinion


Leonard Pitts Jr.

This is not funny.

I don’t know who needs to hear that. I just know that I need to say it.

Not only is it not funny, it’s also not a “celebrity feud,” a “hot topic” or however else you care to characterize meaningless ephemera from the world of the rich and famous. No, what this is, folks, is a crime in progress.

Kanye West Shares ‘Divorce’ Poem to Instagram: ‘Barely Breathing’


The artist formerly known as Kanye West is giving his fans some insight into what he’s going through, outside of the stadium-filling theatrics and revealing bars of Donda 2.

Taking to Instagram on Friday, Ye shared a lengthy poem titled “Divorce,” which he seemingly penned himself given the timeline of his own divorce with Kim Kardashian. Just two days prior to sharing the stanzas, Kardashian was declared legally single, and a judge granted her the ability to return to her maiden name, dropping the “West.”

“Divorce feels like full blown Covid. Divorce feels like your doctor don’t know shit,” Ye’s poem read. “Divorce feels like you’re walking on glass. Divorce feels like you’re running through a glass wall. Divorce feels like you’re being bullied in a class hall. Divorce feels like you’re getting beat up in the mall.”

The poem continued for several more lines, including some that pointed out that divorce felt like “your kids were snatched from your control,” “you’ve been shot,” are “barely breathing,” and are “suffocating.”

“Divorce feels like your teeth being pulled with pliers,” Ye shared. “Divorce feels like slower than paint and dryer. Divorce feels like nails in your hand. Divorce feels like walking in on your bride and your best man.”

While also opening up about the divorce during the song, Ye also shared some “best man” bars on Donda 2 cut “First Time In a Long Time.” During the song, he notes that in just one year he “lost my best man, and I lost my spouse,” seemingly referring to both Kim and his late friend and legendary fashion designer Virgil Abloh, who died of cancer in 2021. He also makes a nod to Abloh throughout the chorus of track “Louie Bags.”

Kanye West appears to confirm new romance with Chaney Jones


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Photos: Kanye West West takes the microphone from Taylor Swift, interrupting her as she accepts an award at the MTV Video Music Awards in 2009. “Taylor, I’m really happy for you, and I’m gonna let you finish, but Beyonce had one of the best videos of all time,” said West, who was heavily criticized for stealing Swift’s moment. He later apologized on his blog. Hide Caption 18 of 41

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How Kim Kardashian And Kanye West Spent Years Masterfully Using Each Other For More Fame And Fortune


Ye’s need to be perceived as an artist has been evident throughout his career, and often manifests in him viewing the women in his life as “ muses ” — from Amber Rose being the inspiration behind his most critically acclaimed album to recently styling Julia Fox amid their orchestrated romance. But this was never clearer than in his partnership with Kim, whom he often used as a literal canvas to convey his creative vision.