Kim Kardashian Is ‘UPSET’ About New Flame Pete Davidson Being Dragged Into Drama By Kanye West Even After Her Win Over Messy Divorce Battle-READ BELOW!

Kanye West went a step ahead as he recently released a new music video for his song Eazy

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Kim Kardashian Is ‘UPSET’ About New Flame Pete Davidson Being Dragged Into Drama By Kanye West Even After Her Win Over Messy Divorce Battle-READ BELOW!
Well, it’s obvious, Kim Kardashian isn’t happy with her new flame Pete Davidson facing the brutal blows from her ex-husband Kanye West. The SNL comedian was unnecessarily dragged into controversy by the rapper, shortly after he learned of Kim and Pete’s relationship.

The reality TV star was recently declared ‘legally single’ after a messy divorce battle with Kanye, but he doesn’t seem to be ready to accept defeat. In his battle to win Kim back, Kanye has tried every possible maneuver, however, he seems to have failed miserably. Amid all the drama, Kim’s new relationship with Pete Davidson has been suffering a lot. 



That’s not all, Kanye went a step ahead as he recently released a new music video for his song Eazy in which a cartoon resembling Davidson was seen being buried alive. 

Pete was also namedropped in the song's lyrics, where Kanye raps, "God saved me from that crash just so I can beat Pete Davidson's a**." Netizens were quite unhappy with Kanye’s approach towards handling the issues at hand, and they particularly lashed out at Ye for the same, calling the video disturbing. 



While neither Kim nor Pete reacted to the same, a source close to Kardashian has revealed to Entertainment Tonight that Kim has been upset. 

The source told ET, "Kim is upset because Pete has been nothing but kind and continues to be brought into Kanye’s drama, and he doesn’t deserve it. The couple is very happy and hopefully, over time Kanye will come to terms that Kim being happy is all that matters."

While Kim Kardashian is yet to release a statement, she showed her support for Davidson by liking a tweet shared by director James Gunn who worked with Pete on The Suicide Squad.


The director defended Pete amid Kanye's recent song release and described the SNL star as the "nicest guy."