Pete Davidson recently made his comeback on Instagram amid a slew of Kanye West's rants on him and his girlfriend Kim Kardashian. Well, in an unprecedented turn of events, Pete has now deleted his Instagram account again.
While the comedian made his social media return a week ago, he did not share any posts and was following only Kim Kardashian and two others while Kim also followed him back.
Interestingly, Pete had also updated his Bio on Instagram account and it was a YouTube link.
The link happened to be a scene from the film King of Comedy which showed the character of character Rupert Pupkin delivering his famous line, "Better to be king for a night than a schmuck for a lifetime." Many fans speculated that this was Pete's way of getting back at Kanye.
Well, Pete Davidson’s social media silence has now shocked his fans.
Pete’s stint on Instagram ended just as quickly as it began. The King of Staten Island star had only reactivated his account this month after it had been inactive for around four years, reported HollywoodLife.
He took his Instagram down as the “Gold Digger” rapper did a complete revamp of his Instagram to promote his upcoming album Donda 2.
As for West, the rapper continued to take potshots at Kim and Pete even during his recent Donda 2 event in Miami.
The rapper performed to a track that seemed to be hinted at Davidson as he rapped about someone's security being at risk, which seemed to have a connection with a private message that Kim allegedly sent to Kanye over his online posts attacking Davidson.
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