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Kanye West Mocks Pete Davidson's Hillary Clinton Tattoo as 'Tramp Stamp' in Recent Diss

Kanye West Mocks Pete Davidson's Hillary Clinton Tattoo as 'Tramp Stamp' in Recent Diss

Kanye West Mocks Pete Davidson's Hillary Clinton Tattoo as 'Tramp Stamp' in Recent Diss
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The Kanye West slaughter proceeds. In Ye's most recent assault on Pete Davidson and the 'liberals' he believes are destroying the country, the rapper derided the tattoo the 'SNL' star got of Hillary Clinton.

Kanye "Ye" West continued his web-based entertainment attack on Pete Davidson on Wednesday (Mar. 16). Ye, 44, first shared a screen capture of a Google look for Dave Sirus, the author who apparently posted the visit where Pete, 28, asserted he was messaging Ye from Kim Kardashian's bed. "Come on, Dave, please help write some more culturally irrelevant jokes for SKETE," composed Ye, involving the profane moniker for the Saturday Night Live star. "You don't have to have talent these days. You just need a Hillary Clinton tattoo." After that, Ye posted a screen capture of Pete's tattoo of the previous official applicant. "Tramp Stamp," added Kanye. "Pete the tramp. Here's the stamp."

Pete's tattoo of Hillary is genuine. In December 2017, Pete said he needed to get Hillary "a Christmas present," so he got a tattoo "of my hero. Thanks for being such a badass and one of the strongest people in the universe." Hillary answered that it "makes it significantly less awkward that I've had a Pete Davidson tattoo for years. But seriously, I'm Honored."

Ye's tattoo insults were not by any means the only goes after he made in the early morning hours. The "Eazy" rapper shared a screen capture of a 2019 Breitbart article, one where the traditional distribution asserted Pete "Enrages Audience with Jokes About Having --- with a Baby." Ye expressed, "Yet another reason why SKETE gotta stay away from my children. Oh, and nobody noticed that he ain't show up to SNL Because Mr. I can help you with meds had a mental breakdown after we ran him off the internet...Apologize to your family for being in your family" Ye additionally posted how he was "concerned that SKETE will get my kids mom hooked on drugs. He's in rehab every two months."

The Breitbart article was about a stand-up daily practice at The Bell House in Brooklyn where Pete recounted to an anecdote about watching companion's kid, as indicated by Page Six. The supposed kid being referred to was getting teeth, and Pete commented that it started sucking on the comedian's finger. Pete kidded that "I don't want to f-k this child, but he's asking for it." Breitbart resented this, yet as Ye himself made sense of after individuals shot him for covering "Skete" alive in his first "Eazy" video, craftsmanship is "protected as freedom of speech; art inspired and simplifies the world; Art is not a proxy for any ill or harm; Any suggestion otherwise about [Pete's] art is false and mal intended."

Ye even referred to the beheaded "Skete" video in a Wednesday Instagram post. "Ya'll ready for Coachella," he subtitled a screen capture of the blossoms developing around "Skete's" head. Ye clearly will proceed with his booked featuring set at the 2022 live performance, regardless of taking steps to pull out except if Billie Eilish apologized to Travis Scott for supposedly ridiculing the dangerous AstroWorld misfortune. Billie brought up that she "never said a thing about Travis," and apparently was to the point of appeasing Ye.

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