Kanye West mocks Pete Davidson for deleting Instagram: ‘Ran Skete off the gram’

Kanye West mocked Pete Davidson to delete Instagram.

The Saturday night live comedian – who is dating Tay’s ex-wife Kim Kardashian – rejoined Instagram last week. This is his first time using the app since May 2020.

Just a week after rejoining the social media platform, Davidson is once again quitting after hinting at the rapper.

On Wednesday morning (February 23), Davidson, 28, shared a clip from Martin Scorsese’s 1982 film Comedy King.

Footage shows Robert De Niro’s character declaring, “Better to be king for one night than half-life.”

Kanye West shares Instagram post on February 24


Many fans interpreted the post as a dig in West, 44, as the pair continued their public feud. Davidson deleted his account a few hours later.

On Thursday (February 24), West shared a screenshot of Davidson’s now-defunct Instagram profile.

The rapper accompanied the post with the caption: “Ran Skete [West’s nickname for Davidson] off the gram Tell your mom I changed your name for life. “

West – who legally changed his name to Ye last year – has shared a series of posts insulting Davidson over the past few weeks.

Last week, Grammy Award Winner Responds to Davidson Reenactment Video talk about rapper’s “mental illness” in one SNL sketch.

“HI SKETE [West’s nickname for Davidson] HAVE YOU GET ANY MENTAL HEALTH WORK FOR ME? “Written West.

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Tom Vazquez

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