Kanye West posts fake headline announcing Pete Davidson's death

Kanye West posts fake headline announcing Pete Davidson's death


Kanye West posted a fake New York Times cover on Instagram on Monday announcing the passing of Pete Davidson.< /strong> 

Earlier this year, the rapper regularly took to his Instagram account to lash out at his ex-wife, Kim Kardashian, and new boyfriend Pete Davidson, which he nicknames “Skete”.

On Friday, August 5, rumors swirled that Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson had called it quits after dating for nine months. 

Kanye West returned to Instagram to seemingly respond to the news. < /p>

He shared a photo of a fake The New York Times newspaper with Monday's date and the headline: “Skete Davidson dead at 28”.

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The rapper also took the opportunity to tackle his former friend Kid Cudi. 

The fake article reads “Kid Cudi wanted to play at the funeral, but is afraid of getting a bottle”. 

A spade that refers to an event that took place last month when Kid Cudi replaced Kanye West after the latter withdrew from the Rolling Loud festival in Miami. 

Kid Cudi was forced off the stage during his concert after members of the crowd had thrown objects at him while chanting Kanye West's name.

Kanye West was good friends with Kid Cudi, his bandmate Kids See Ghosts. 

However, they began a feud earlier this year when the Touch the Sky author publicly slammed Kid Cudi and dropped him from his album Donda 2 for his friendship with Pete Davidson. 

In April, Kid Cudi told his Twitter followers that Kanye West was “not my friend” and that they would never work on music together again.

Kim Kar Dashian and Pete Davidson have yet to confirm their split.