Kanye West Says Kim Kardashian’s Former Pete Davidson Was Used As A ‘Pawn’ To ‘Antide Him’

Kanye West has accused his estranged wife Kim Kardashian of using ex-boyfriend Pete Davidson as a “pawn” in their ongoing divorce.

In a series of new comments on Instagram, the 45-year-old rapper criticized SNL alum, 28, for honoring West’s tattoos and the four Kardashian children inked on his neck.

Mimicking the comedian, the Grammy winner wrote: “Hey North, I’m Skate, look at my tattoo. “I am a pawn sent here to antagonize your father in the hope that he will do something illegal so that we can get him out of your life.”

Furious: Kanye West accuses estranged wife Kim Kardashian of using ex-boyfriend Pete Davidson as

Furious: Kanye West accuses estranged wife Kim Kardashian of using ex-boyfriend Pete Davidson as a “pawn” in their ongoing divorce; seen in 2020

He continued, “Hello, saint, look at my tattoo, I have painted your name on my body.” “I also have Kid Cody’s tattoo but no one knows who it is.”

West was referring to a small tattoo just above Davidson’s neckline, which reads “KNSCP,” which is thought to refer to Kim’s initials, North, Nine, Saint, Six, Chicago, Four, and Three years Psalm. First names.

This comes just hours after he reappeared on social media on Saturday to reveal that he had a “good meeting” with his ex about their children’s education.

A short-lived romance: In a series of new comments on Instagram, the 44-year-old rapper slams the 28-year-old comedian for tattooing West's North children, 9, Saint, 6, Chicago, 4, and... 3 years old - the old psalm was written across the neck of Staten Island;  The ex-couple pictured in April

A short-lived romance: In a series of new comments on Instagram, the 44-year-old rapper slams the 28-year-old comedian for tattooing West’s North children, 9, Saint, 6, Chicago, 4, and… 3 years old – the old psalm was written across the neck of Staten Island; The ex-couple pictured in April

The Grammy Award winner wrote imitating the comedian: 'Hi North I'm Skate look at my Tattooooos'.

Mimicking the comedian, the Grammy winner wrote: “Hey North, I’m Skate, look at my tattoo. “I am a pawn sent here to antagonize your father in the hope that he will do something illegal so that we can get him out of your life.”

Earlier this week, the rap star posted violent images on screen of his text discussions with Kim about where their children should go to school.

Returning to Instagram over the weekend, he wrote, “Hey guys, I’m baaaaack sorry for taking so long to post, I just had a good meeting with Kim around schools.”

However, he used the rest of his caption to continue hitting a slew of enemies, including Adidas CEO Daniel Cherry, Kid Cudi, Davidson and more.

The annoyance: West was referring to a small tattoo just above Davidson's neckline, which reads,

The annoyance: West was referring to a small tattoo just above Davidson’s neckline, which reads, “KNSCP,” which is thought to refer to Kim’s initials, North, Nine, Saint, Six, Chicago, Four, and three-year-old Psalm names

Plus, the Chicago-born star added fuel to his fallout with Cody and Kardashian’s ex-boyfriend of nine months.

On Saturday afternoon, the father-of-four appeared to be surging in real time as he uploaded a long series of Instagram posts, lasting from Friday.

In one of his recent photos, he shared a fake photo of Cody and Keri standing side by side with an adidas logo plastered on each of their boots.

He joked, “I’m sure this photo will send adidas stock through the roof, welcome Jing Ulrich on the board at adidas and JP Morgan, so now it makes sense that when I wanted to sell JP Morgan, shut up.”

In keeping with his previous posts, the caption consisted of a long sentence with grammatical and spelling errors, making it difficult to fully distinguish it.

The irony: On Saturday, the 45-year-old rapper-turned-designer announced a feud with Adidas, with whom he has shared across his Yeezy empire.

The irony: On Saturday, the 45-year-old rapper-turned-designer announced a feud with Adidas, with whom he has shared across his Yeezy empire.

He directed his anger at Cherry, adidas’s senior vice president/general manager, unleashing a slew of letters of threat and anger.

It’s set against a black background, and written in large white letters, “I guarantee you’ll have to move before I legally finish you off.”

West described the executive as a “venture capitalist.” [sic] The only venture capitalism, ‘follow’, can’t create so they are trying to calculate designs. die slowly.

Not good: He directed his anger at Cherry, Senior Vice President/General Manager of Adidas, unleashed a slew of threatening and angry messages

Threat: On a black background, written in large white letters,

Not good: He directed his anger at Cherry, Senior Vice President/General Manager of Adidas, unleashed a slew of threatening and angry messages

Choice Words: West described the CEO as

Discomfort: West described the executive as

Choice Words: West described the CEO as a “Venture Capital Owner” [sic] The only venture capitalism, ‘follow’, can’t create so they are trying to calculate designs. die slow

He added in a separate but equally disturbed post, ‘F—A VC. What now.’

Ye’s frustration stems from feeling neglected by running the Yeezy Gap label he ran.

Kanye made a point of describing Andreessen Horowitz as “the only venture capital I like,” with another exception as he added, “And Cyrus.”

Tom Brady joined in in the comments to express his approval as he wrote, “Andreessen Horowitz” with three red emoji “100”.

Shocking: Earlier this week, Kanye set Instagram on fire with sensational screenshots of him fighting with Kim over a text about their children's education.

Shocking: Earlier this week, Kanye set Instagram on fire with sensational screenshots of him fighting with Kim over a text about their children’s education.

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