Pete Davidson tells Kanye to ‘develop the damn thing’ in allegedly leaked contents

The the feud is almost entirely one-sided between the artist formerly known as Kanye West and Saturday night live Star Pete Davidson embraced a new dimension on Sunday when an extensive text conversation between the two men unexpectedly surfaced online.

“A message from Pete,” said comedian Dave Sirus, who wrote for SNL and also co-composer of Davidson Movies in 2020 King of Staten Island, tweeted. He included screenshots of the alleged texts, initiated by Davidson, who began, “Yo, that’s Skete,” a reference to Ye’s preferred nickname for the man who is now official. date him. Kim Kardashian’s ex-wife.

Page Six also claim to confirm the text is real. Sirus deleted the messages from his Twitter and Instagram accounts just hours after posting them.

Calling Kardashian “the most amazing mom I’ve ever met,” Davidson apparently urged West to “please calm down a bit.” He told West, “I’ve decided I’m not going to let you treat us this way anymore and I’m done with the silence,” adding, “Grow up.”

When West asked Davidson where he was at the time, the comedian replied, “In bed with his wife,” including a selfie bearing a peace sign.

It is the photo that seems to have motivated the West post videos earlier on Sunday, in which he said, “At this point, it has gone too far. Please. My boyfriend texted me, scolded me, bragged about going to bed with my wife.” Earlier this month, West released a music video in which he tortured, beheaded, and buried an animated version of Davidson.

“Don’t scare me. Your actions are silly and shameful,” added Davidson. “It’s sad to watch you ruin your legacy on a daily basis.”



In the end, Davidson urged West to “stop being an internet bitch and talk,” inviting him to the Beverly Hills Hotel, where they could “talk” in his room, “in private.” to one, one to another.”

“You want to see me, come Sunday,” West replied, referring to his weekly religious concert.

“This is not public. I’m not here for the photo and the press,” Davidson replied. “That’s obviously all you care about.” He then revealed that in the past few weeks he had “stopped” SNL from mocking the rapper, “something they’ve been wanting to do for months.” He also claimed he prevented stand-up comedy buddies from doing things about the West because “I don’t want the father of my daughters to look bad out there”.

“I support you even though you treat me like crap because I want everything to go well,” he continued. “But if you keep pushing me like you’ve been doing for the past 6 months, I won’t be kind anymore.”



If West had responded to that threat, it wouldn’t have been included in the screenshot posted on Twitter.

The Daily Beast has reached out to Sirus and a representative for Davidson but has yet to receive a response.

For more, listen to ‘The King of Staten Island’ star Ricky Velez on The Last Laugh Podcast. Pete Davidson tells Kanye to ‘develop the damn thing’ in allegedly leaked contents

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