Pete Davidson Texts With Kanye ‘Internet Bitch Boy’ West Start Hard (And Then Go Real Limp)

As if the drama between Kanye West, Pete Davidson, and Kim Kardashian couldn’t get any juicier, Davidson says he’s done taking Ye’s abusive behavior lying down, most likely because he was already doing that with Kanye’s wife. The slew of texts, likely being worked into a Netflix series by now, didn’t waste the opportunity to call West out as an “Internet bitch boy” just before Davidson offered a helping hand.

In the conversation shared by Saturday Night Live writer Dave Sirus on Sunday, Davidson took a stand and said he’s done being quiet. But first things first. Davidson, whose career is built on making people laugh, brought his comedic skills to the fight for Kardashian’s heart (among other body parts).

View the exchange below.

“Kim is literally the best mother I’ve ever met,” the first text read. “What she does for those kids is amazing and you are so fucking lucky that she’s your kids’ mom.”

The King of Staten Island star continued: “I’ve decided I’m not gonna let you treat us this way anymore and I’m done being quiet. Grow the fuck up.”

Surprisingly, West responded. “Oh you using profanity now,” he remarked. “Where are you right now?”

Wrong question, Kanye. Davidson replied with a shirtless selfie in which he’s sticking his tongue out and making the peace sign.

“In bed with your wife,” Davidson bragged.

West took a jab at the actor’s mental health, which is ironic given how insane Ye has been acting lately. “Happy to see you’re out of the hospital and rehab,” West responded.

Then Davidson extended an olive branch: “I’m in LA for the day if you wanna stop being a little internet bitch boy and talk.”

Davidson even started to sound like a 12-stepper. “Let me help you man. I struggle with mental stuff too,” he wrote. “It’s not an easy journey, you don’t have to feel this way anymore. There’s no shame in having a little help. You’ll be so happy and at peace.”

As a send-off, however, he reminded Ye that his compassion has limits. “I have your back even though you treat me like shit because I want everything to be smooth. But if you continue to press me like you have for the past 6 months I’m gonna stop being so nice,” Davidson warned.

Now that West has officially responded with an apparent prayer to God, who we weren’t aware was on social media, we can look forward to the upcoming Netflix release of Mean Boys, based on true events.

Cover Photo and Screenshots: @davesirus (Instagram)



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