Kanye West Says of Ex-Kim Kardashian ‘I Have Faith We’ll Be Back Together’ After Instagram Tirade Against Pete Davidson

After two days of taking aim at ex-Kim Kardashian’s beau Pete Davidson on social media, Kanye West claimed in a new Instagram post he is looking toward the future with the mother of his four children despite filing for divorce. “I have faith we’ll be back together,” wrote West in the caption of a photograph of Kardashian and Davidson. This post came on the heels of a weekend where the rapper and entrepreneur went on a tirade against Davidson, posting and deleting images and commentary about his feelings about the Saturday Night Live star‘s relationship with Kardashian.

Kanye West and Kim Kardashian at the Vanity Fair Oscar party in 2020.
Kanye West and Kim Kardashian | Kevin Mazur/VF20/WireImage

What was the reason behing Kanye West’s Instagram tirade?

By the time West appeared at the Super Bowl on Sunday, Feb. 13, he had already posted a dozen times to Instagram where he expressed his feelings regarding Davidson and Kardashian’s relationship.

Kardashian hosted Saturday Night Live on Oct. 9, 2021. She and Davidson appeared to click, and their friendship has reportedly turned into a close relationship.

West appears to be unhappy with Kardashian’s reported beau.

He rapped about Davidson in a song titled “My Life Was Never Eazy.” This collaboration with The Game, which dropped in January of this year, contained lyrics where West took aim at the Saturday Night Live star.

“God saved me from that crash/ just so I can beat Pete Davidson’s a**,” he rapped.

Before Davidson began dating Kardashian, he and Kanye were photographed together in 2019.

The SNL star admitted to getting “stuck” paying the bill for a dinner with Kid Cudi and Timothée Chalamet at Nobu. He told Jimmy Fallon during an appearance on NBC’s Tonight Show, starring Jimmy Fallon he thought the meal would be for three, so he decided to pay. Upon West’s appearance, he feared the bill would go much higher.

However, while he initially panicked at what the meal might cost, Davidson admitted, “it actually wasn’t as bad as you’d think, but, you know, it’s not like it’s Applebee’s. It’s Nobu, you know, which is like 77 Applebee’s.”

Kardashian shared photos from the evening to her Twitter account.

Kanye West says of his relationship with Kim Kardashian: ‘I have faith we’ll get back together’

A Kanye West deleted Instagram post.
Kanye West’s posted about his feelings regarding Kim Kardashian’s relationship with Pete Davidson in a deleted Instagram post.

In a Feb. 14 Instagram post, West wished his followers a “Happy Valentines.”

He shared a snap of Kardashian and Davidson, with Davidson’s face edited out of the photograph.

In the caption, West wrote, “Don’t have beef with Kim. I love my family, so stop that narrative. I’m not giving up on my family.”

“I bought this coat for Kim before SNL and I thought it was particularly special. I have faith that we’ll be back together,” West said of the long silver coat Kardashian wore in the photograph.

West continued: “I speak directly to the media outlets the same way a ballplayer speaks to the refs. The world is our court like a basketball court. We have a public relationship because we are public figures. Sometimes people call me crazy but to be in love is to be crazy about something, and I am crazy about my family.”

West deleted his prior Instagram photographs and commentary against Davidson

Kanye West Instagram screenshot from a deleted post.
Kanye West has since deleted the above Instagram post | Kanye West/Instagram

In a series of deleted Instagram posts, West spoke out against Davidson.

Yahoo News! reported West called Davidson a “d**khead” and mused if Instagram would shut down his page for “dissing Hillary Clinton’s boyfriend.” West then referenced Davidson’s tattoo of the former presidential candidate on his body.

West posted a screenshot of a text message from Davidson where the comedian wrote he hoped to meet the couple’s four children someday and was hopeful they could “all be friends.”

In response, West captioned the post, “No, you will never meet my children.”

West also shared a series of photographs where he looked directly into the camera as he held a sheet of yellow paper.

West wrote in his handwriting that his Instagram account had not been hacked.

However, he did keep one comment shared on Feb. 14.

West thanked his fans for their support of his family and that it “means more to me than any other accomplishment in life.

He then wrote, “if anyone loves me and my family, if you see Skete in real-life, screen at yhe looser [sic] at the top of your lungs and say Kimye forever.”

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