Ye’s estranged wife, Kim Kardashian, is currently dating the ‘SNL’ star, and the rapper has apparently moved on with actress Julia Fox.
However, it seems the Yeezy designer has some resentment toward her new man.
Kanye Sends A Clear Message To Pete
A snippet from his song, “My Life Was Never Eazy,” leaked online and in it he raps, “God saved me from the crash, Just so I could beat Pete Davidson’s a**.”
Kanye disses Pete Davidson on his new song “My Life Was Never Eazy” 😬 pic.twitter.com/4sfmhBPiKK
— Squirt Reynolds (@SquirtReynoIds) January 14, 2022
It’s a little hard to make out the lyrics in the entire clip, but the part about beating Pete’s behind is very LOUD and CLEAR.
The song is reportedly due to drop on today at 9 PM ET; however, Ye could go one of a few ways with this situation. He could hold it from release, change that specific line or keep it as is and drop it early.
His fans shall wait with bated breath to see what he does.
The timing of the audio leaks is interesting.
This leak comes on the heels of Kanye’s recent allegations that he punched a fan twice in the head.
Kanye Accused Of Punching Fan In The Head
As we reported, Kanye is being accused of attacking a fan following at night out in West Hollywood. The rapper allegedly punched the person in the face, after they asked him for an autograph.
According to reports, Kanye was partying with his new girlfriend — Julia Fox — and left the Hollywood nightclub for a recording studio in downtown L.A. At around 3 am, police were called to the scene of an assault where the rapper allegedly knocked out a fan who had approached him. One report claims the fan walked up to Kanye — who was sitting in his car — and the rapper jumped out and punched him.
Los Angeles Police officers responded to the area and interviewed the victim and other witnesses. By the time detectives arrived, Kanye was gone.
Video of the altercation made its way online, and it clearly shows a man on the ground after the alleged punch. The reported “punch” is not in the footage.
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Ye responded to the allegations on Friday, January 14, with a rather disturbing image.
Shockingly, West posted an image of what appears to be a small monkey who has been stripped of its skin and is screaming in agony. “MY LIFE WAS NEVER EAZY,” the rapper captioned the image. We should note, it’s unclear where he got the picture, and if it has any other deeper meaning.
As you can imagine, many of Kanye’s fans pleaded with him to take the image down from social media — and a few even offered to help with what appears to be a rough day for the rapper. “Time to 180 and return home Ye. We praying. this ain’t it. God’s not finished. Surrender it all to Christ. “Without counsel, plans go awry, But in the multitude of counselors they are established.” – Proverbs 15:22,” one person wrote. Another added, “You still have time to delete this.”
Kanye’s DISTURBING Response
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Like most of us, many responded simply, “I was not prepared for this to be the first thing that I saw when I opened [Instagram].
Obviously, Kanye hasn’t made an official or legal statement regarding the fairly serious allegations. Unfortunately for him, the incident is now under investigation by LAPD and will be pasted to the City Attorney for possible criminal charges. A misdemeanor battery charge carries a maximum penalty of six months in jail.
An hour after posting the horrifying image, Kanye’s post was “liked” over half a million times.
This isn’t the first time Kanye has been arrested for allegedly assaulting someone who approached him in public. Back in 2008, the rapper was detained after attacking a camera operator at LAX airport and smashing his camera.
Kanye West has NOT been arrested for the incident, and no criminal charges have been filed. That might change in the next few days.
It appears Kim has not gotten wind of the news yet or she is choosing to ignore. Her Instagram Story consists of SKIMS products and “sister workouts” currently.
Ye’s recent shot at Pete definitely makes things much more interesting now.