Kim Kardashian gives boyfriend Pete Davidson the ‘green light’ to slam Kanye
Kim Kardashian has reportedly given her boyfriend Pete Davidson the green light to hit back at Kanye West following his online rants, claim friends.
It comes after Kanye slammed Kim's parenting in a three-minute-long rant online following their divorce, which was finalised on March 2.
The rapper has continued to take aim at Kim and comedian Pete on social media in many now-deleted posts slamming the pair's relationship.
A close source has now said that the SKIMS founder is sick and tired of Kanye's toxic ways after she recently slammed him for making a "false narrative" to gain sympathy.
The source told The Sun: "Kim has had enough of Kanye's bulls*** – and has given Pete the green light to do what he wants.
"Pete has held back until now out of respect for Kim's wishes – she didn't want to turn this into a public row – but she tried the dignified silent route and that got her nowhere with Kanye.
"Pete is so riled up and frustrated with everything that is going on – and now she's given him the go-ahead to publicly defend her."
Kanye has since accused Kim of not allowing him to see their children – North, Saint, Chicago and Psalm – and publicly tarnished her for allowing their eldest child North to make TikToks.
Under a post by the rapper, Kim commented: "Please stop with this narrative. You were just here this morning picking up the kids for school."
Kanye has continued to blast Pete and labelled the comedian a "d***head" in one instance.
Pete has now clapped back at Kanye with a string of cutting texts.
One read: "Yo it's Skete, Can you please take a second and calm down. It's 8am and it don't gotta be like this.
"Kim is literally the best mother I've ever met. What she does for those kids is amazing and you are so f***ing lucky that she's your kids mom.
"I've decided I'm not gonna let you treat us this way anymore and I'm done being quiet. Grow the f*** up."
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