Despite Kanye West’s assurances, Pete Davidson didn’t Deactivate his last Instagram account Because of the rapper’s cyberbullying.
“Pete deleted his IG because immediately after his first post he started receiving a torrent of messages, both positive and negative, reminding him why he didn’t want social media to start with it,” a source close to the “Saturday Night Live” operator shared exclusively with the page. Sixth.
The shared link from Davidson’s account that caused fans to flood his direct messages was a Clip of Robert De Niro as wannabe comedian Robert Popkin in Martin Scorsese’s 1981 movie The King of Comedy The recitation of the sentence, “It is better to be king for one night than to be king for a lifetime,” which many considered a dig in the West.
“[Pete] He is in the middle of several big film projects and wants to continue to focus heavily on his work and the positive things that are happening in his life,” the source continued.
“Kane didn’t kick Pete off social media.”
On Thursday afternoon, West took to his Instagram account boasting about it Stand up off the platform.
“Skeetie ran away from the gram,” wrote the 44-year-old West. “Tell your mother that I changed your name for life.”
West Davidson — whom he refers to as “Skeet” — has been stalking him on social media for weeks in a bizarre attempt to get his estranged wife Kim Kardashian back, in reference to the Staten Island native as “d – khead” Sharing alleged private messages from Kardashian Worried about her boyfriend’s safety.
The former couple are still at odds over their divorce, with West recently They object to many of Kardashian’s demandsresulting in a mother of four begging a judge to sign the split over alleged West Causes ’emotional distressWith his attacks on social media.
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