This is how Kanye West reacted to the breakup of Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson








Last weekend we all learned about the publicized breakup of Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson, after nine months of marriage. Now it’s the turn of famous singer and Kim’s divorce, Kanye West, to react to the events in his own creative way – and Kim, as we say, was less than happy about it







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Last weekend Kim Kardashian (41) and Pete Davidson (28) parted ways after nine months of a publicized relationship, with some of the reasons for this being the age difference, the distance between them and the schedules – and some say also their situation in life in terms of children – as she has four that she needs handle.

After the breakup, the gossip sections were waiting for the reaction of Kanye West, who repeatedly criticized and berated Davidson in public during his relationship with Kim. West decided to do it again in his own way, when today (Monday) he uploaded to his Instagram a factual front page of the “New York Times” with an obituary about the relationship of Kim and Pete, which read: “Skeet Davidson died at the age of 28”.

Kanye used the same cover to tease another person with whom he does not have a good relationship, the singer Kid Cudi, with a subtitle that read “Kid Cudi was going to play at the funeral, but is afraid of bottle throwers” – as a joke about the singer who got off the stage at the festival.Rolling Loud” in Miami Last month, after fans threw objects at him.

It turns out that Kim did not like the publication of her divorcee to say the least and called it “horrific”. A source told the Daily Mail that “Kim asked Kanye to take down the ad – but he’s not interested.” The source also said that “Kim vigorously defended Pete. She will never return to Kenya because of the way he behaves towards people she loves and respects. She tried very hard to create a good side of co-parenting the children, but she will not tolerate such behavior on his part.”

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