In August 2022, it was reported that Davidson had broken up Kim Kardashian after nine months of dating. The two were first seen together in the fall of 2021 on a date at Knott's Scary Farm, and a casual relationship quickly ensued. A source later confirmed the breakup saying that “the spark between Kim and Pete faded.”
As unlikely as Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson seemed as a couple at the beginning of their relationship, fans sure got on board quickly. The attraction between the two appeared to be absolutely magnetic, so when it was announced that Kim and Pete had broken up after nine months, we were left wondering what could have possibly gone wrong. A source has since provided some new insight into the split, and as many might have suspected, it apparently didn’t have anything to do with a lack of personal chemistry.
How the pair is coping with the split
It was also revealed that Davidson had begun attending trauma therapy in addition to his regular therapy appointments “to help, in large part, due to Kanye's constant threats and public attacks.” During his relationship with Kardashian, Davidson became the target of a number of social media attacks from Kanye West, Kardashian's ex-husband. West was very vocal about wanting to reconcile with the SKIMS founder, and as she got more serious with Davidson, the musician would regularly lash out at him on Twitter, Instagram, and even in a song and music video where a claymation figure resembling Davidson was buried alive.
As Pete continues spending part of the summer in Australia working on the movie Wizards!, Kim is focused on raising her four children-North, Psalm, Chicago, and Saint with Kanye. At the same time, The Kardashians star isn’t interested in reconciling with the father of her four children. In fact, an insider previously reported that the divorce is moving ahead. Kim filed to end her marriage to Kanye in February 2021 and was declared legally single in March. Despite some family drama following the split, Kim has continued to put her family first as she works to finalize her divorce.
Kanye’s behavior on social media
West's outspoken views and life outside of music have received significant media coverage. He has been a frequent source of controversy for his conduct on social media, at award shows, and in public settings, and his comments on the music and fashion industries, U.S. politics, race, and slavery. His Christian faith, marriage to Kim Kardashian, and his mental health have also been sources of further media attention. Since his recent divorce from Kim, he has been more in the media’s attention than ever before.
In subsequent posts, he claimed that Davidson would get Kardashian “hooked on drugs” because he’s “in rehab every two months.” West also made fun of Davidson’s Hillary Clinton tattoo, writing, “Tramp Stamp Pete the Tramp… here’s the stamp.”The post has since been deleted.
Meta declined to provide details of the posts that violated its policy. However, posts of West criticising actor D.L. Hughley and SNL writer Dave Sirius can still be seen on his profile. Kardashian, a businesswoman and star of "Keeping Up with the Kardashians," filed for divorce a year ago, citing irreconcilable differences with West. The couple has four children ranging in age from 2 to 8. After the divorce, West criticised the reality star's new relationship with Davidson on social media and publicly appealed to her to return to him