Ye took to Instagram on Sunday to share a photo of Kim and Davidson holding hands. West cropped the image so that it merely shows the comedian’s outfit, while referring to the SNL star as “Hilary Clinton’s ex boyfriend.”
“Look at this dickhead,” Kanye wrote. “I wonder if Instagram gonna shut down my page for dissing Hilary Clinton’s ex boyfriend.”
For context: As previously reported by CBS News, Davidson is a longtime fan of Clinton. Back in 2019, Pete revealed in a since-deleted Instagram post that he has an arm tattoo of Hilary, who he then referred to as his “bae.”
West followed that up with another post in which he attached a screenshot of some comments from his followers, who appear to agree with his take on Davidson’s outfit.
“Thank you to all my fans for having my back,” he wrote. “And you can google the Hilary thing. I’m not making this shit up.”
He also shared a picture of Davidson’s aforementioned tattoo, which you can see below, before thanking God for free speech.
In yet another post, Ye claimed his latest rant is in fact not about “Skete,” before writing about how he’s “selling y’all a narrative,” one in which Davidson is merely playing his part in West’s hypothetical installment in Disney’s Frozen franchise. He also threw a stray shot at Machine Gun Kelly.
“This ain’t about Skete,” West wrote. “It’s about selling y’all a narrative. Skete just playing his part in Frozen 3, except it’s not in the theaters. This time it’s on Daily Mail. Tell Bob [Iger] and the entire Disney staff you wasted your money on Star Wars and Marvel because even though it makes you money, you will never control the high schools. No one’s ever heard a Machine Gun Kelly song, Bob.”
Kanye continued his Instagram rant by sharing a picture of Davidson with his former girlfriend Ariana Grande, with a caption that read, “No comment.”
From there, Ye posted a screenshot in which Machine Gun Kelly, while in his underwear, is seen pouring popcorn in Davidson’s mouth.
“No, you will never meet my children,” West, presumably speaking to Davidson, wrote alongside what looks to be a screenshot of a peace offering Davidson sent to West. While the full text message is hard to make out, it appears that Pete said he hopes to none day meet Kim and Ye’s kids, and that perhaps “we can all be friends.”
After all of that, Kanye took to Instagram to declare that his account is not hacked, before promoting his latest edition of Sunday Service, which he says will take place at noon pacific time.
“My account is not hacked,” he captioned a photo of himself holding up a legal pad on which the same statement is written. “I will be at Sunday Service at noon and will be taking North and Saint to the Super Bowl shortly after.”
He then thanked Kevin Durant for liking his previous screenshot of Davidson and Ariana.
“That’s love KD,” he wrote. “Just that simple. Made me realized and liberated. I’m gonna tell everyone I see today that KD liked my post for the first time in a long time. I feel recognized. You could have all the money in the world and still be dismissed. I started to feel like it was me against the world.”
Finally, in a pair of posts that may conclude his Super Bowl Sunday rant, Kanye thanked Shade Room for helping him “control my own narrative and not writing me off,” before comparing his rant to the sacrifice that NFL players take when playing in the Super Bowl.
“When a team wins the Super Bowl, we don’t comment on how sweaty they got or how much pain they suffered in that game,” he wrote. “It’s about taking home that trophy. So, when I get on the ‘Gram, I’m not afraid to get sweaty or take a hit for my family.”
Kanye then doubled down on his belief in freedom of speech, while taking shots at Jeff Bezos and Page Six, the latter of which he accused of “using bad photos” of him.
“This is not a rant,” he explained. “This is called freedom of speech. I am a form of media. Bezos bought the Wall Street Journal and will still never have this level of influence no matter how many dinners he does with my wife and Sketer. And Page Six, stop using bad photos of me y’all. That whole office would die to go on a date.”
In his most recent post, West circled back to the topic of the Super Bowl. After saying the big game brings families together every year, he warned married couples to watch out for guys like Davidson.
“I didn’t wake up and fight for my family to trend over the Super Bowl, but it happened,” Ye wrote. “The Super Bowl brings families together. For everyone married, hold your spouse close. Make sure they know how much you love and appreciate them, because there’s a Skete lurking in every dirty ass alley waiting to help destroy your family and walk around in Calvin Kleins around your children.”
“I wish my wife was with me and our children sitting at the 50 yard line,” he added. “@kimkardashian always remember West was your biggest W.”
Ye’s latest diss arrives just hours after he shared a handwritten note on Instagram detailing his decision to seemingly not include Cudi on Donda 2, citing his friendship with “you know who,” a.k.a. Pete Davidson.
“Just so everyone knows Cudi will not be on Donda because he’s friends with you know who,” Ye wrote. “We all speak in Billie language now.”
On Sunday, Kanye took to Instagram to provide an update on his fallout with Cudi, writing, “I’m very community oriented. I love my friends; I love my family. The reason I asked Cudi to at the least speak to Skete is because for years Cudi always made it seem like it was me and him against everyone. Now that I’m fighting for my family, he not by my side. This is bigger than music.”
In a subsequent post, West maintained that he still has love for Cudi, while implying that the Cleveland native is “not ready for the smoke” associated with being attached to Donda 2.
“I would have never asked for the loyalty if it was never offered,” Ye captioned a photo of Cudi. “I found a cool picture cause I love Cudi and always will. But Donda 2 is about running back in that burning house. I respect not everyone gonna be ready for the smoke.”