‘Someone will hurt Pete’: Kanye West leaks text from Kim Kardashian accusing him of creating ‘dangerous environment’

‘Keeping Up with the Kardashians’ star condemns rapper for escalating row in public amid divorce proceedings

Peony Hirwani
Tuesday 15 February 2022 05:55
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Kanye West has shared screenshots of his private conversation with estranged wife Kim Kardashian.

The 44-year-old rapper shared screenshots of messages where the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star apparently calls out his actions and says that he’s creating a “dangerous and scary environment” for her boyfriend, SNL star Pete Davidson.

“Someone will hurt Pete and this will be all your fault,” Kardashian wrote.

West, who has legally changed his name to Ye, captioned his post in capital letters: “Upon my wife’s request please nobody do anything physical to Skete. I’m going to handle the situation myself.”

Last week, Davidson made his relationship with Kardashian public by referring to the KKW Beauty owner as his “girlfriend”.

The couple first met on the set of Saturday Night Live in October 2021 and have since been spotted together a number of times, going on dates and holidaying together.

‘Someone will hurt Pete and this will be all your fault,’ wrote Kim Kardashian in one of her texts to her ex-husband

Ye shared more screenshots of his conversation with Kardashian where he tells her that he will do “everything to protect our family”.

“I listened to you and told everyone that nothing happens to Skete,” he added.

Skete seems to be Ye’s nickname for Davidson.

When Kardashian asks why Ye can’t keep their conversation “private”, the Donda rapper replies saying: “Cause I got a text from my favourite person in the world.

“I’m your number one fan,” he adds. “Why Wouldn’t I tell everyone!!!!”

In his most recent post, Ye also revealed that he sent a truckload of roses to Kardashian on Valentine’s Day.

Amid all this, Ye’s partner Julia Fox confirmed her split with the “Follow God” rapper.

Speaking to Fox News Digital on Monday (14 February), a representative for the 32-year-old actor said: “Julia and Kanye remain good friends and collaborators but they are no longer together.”

Fox and Ye had been dating since New Year’s Eve.

Julia Fox and Kanye West arrive at Schiaparelli show

They spent a whirlwind month going out for lavish dinners, shopping sprees and attended Paris Fashion Week, all of which was documented on Fox’s social media.

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However, things changed last week after Kardashian featured on the March cover of American Vogue.

Following the release of the images, Ye posted the picture of his ex-wife and four children to Instagram with the caption: “God please bring our family back together.”

Ye later spent the weekend posting various images to Instagram, including what appeared to be a screenshot of a text from Davidson. In the now-deleted post, West used the caption to say he didn’t want Davidson to see his children.

Fox has since deleted all images of her and West from her Instagram account and West does not appear to be following Fox on the social media platform.

Last week, E! reported that Fox and West’s relationship had “evolved” and that Fox no longer had the “energy” to keep up with the relationship.

The publication reported that Ye had asked the actor, who has a one-year-old son called Valentino, to move to Los Angeles. But because her work and family were in New York, she wasn’t able to.

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