American rapper Kanye West performed his ‘Donda 2‘ album tracks live in Miami on Tuesday. His several tracks made references to Kim Kardashian and her new boyfriend Pete Davidson. Whereas, he appeared to sing about Kim’s private letters to him after his internet attacks on Davidson.
It’s not clear whether Pete Davidson has mentioned in this new song or whether Kim Kardashian’s worry for the comedian was a reference to his recent online attacks on him. As he sang, the rapper appeared to warned Pete to get away from his family. Never put yourself between a father and his children.
West concluded the song by singing, “Pop a few, I’m not going to search. I jeopardised your safety. Okay, so we’re going to make this a big deal? Y’all will need a safety net to deal with this. This is going to necessitate the presence of security personnel.”
Another possible connection was Kanye’s recent claims that Kim was trying to prevent him from attending their daughter Chicago’s birthday party. According to his video, it was Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott who provided him with the location of the party.
Moreover, Eazy from ‘Donda 2’ has also performed by Kanye West during the event. “God rescued me from the crash, so I can smash Pete Davidson’s a**,” raps the rapper in the song.