Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson split after nine months of dating

Kim Kardashian Y pete davidson have ended their nine-month relationship, ending an unlikely fast-paced romance that wowed and confused fans, and spawned a seemingly endless supply of tabloid drama.

Rolling Stone has learned that reality TV mogul and former saturday night live The comedian split this week, citing the couple’s busy schedules and long-distance relationship as the reason behind the split. The break comes just weeks after a trailer for Hulu’s next season. The Kardashians featured the Skims founder and her then-boyfriend jumping into the shower together.

Kardashian, 41, and Davidson, 28, were first romantically linked in October 2021 after the pair were seen holding hands at Southern California’s Knott’s Berry Farm theme park following an appearance by kardashian in SNL, during which they shared an on-screen kiss in a scripted sketch. The two were later seen together several times after the outing, with Kardashian even throwing a birthday party for the comedian in November. Davidson finally publicly acknowledged the relationship in a later podcast appearance this February, while Kardashian shared photos of Davidson on Instagram the following month.

The couple famously made an appearance on the red carpet at this year’s Met Gala, where Kardashian wore the iconic bodycon dress Marilyn Monroe wore while singing her rendition of “Happy Birthday” to then President John F. Kennedy in May 1962.

The relationship also sparked the ire of (and provided significant creative fodder for) Kardashian’s ex-husband, kanye-westwho infamously called out Davidson on a track on his album wound 2 and unleashed numerous tirades on social media against the comedian, focusing on his past struggles with addiction and mental health issues.

In February, West published a series of screenshots of alleged text messages between him and Kardashian, with the reality star calling his former partner’s actions “terrifying,” claiming “somebody’s going to hurt Pete [Davidson] and this will all be your fault. West responded, “I will always do my best to protect you and our family forever. And I listened to them and told everyone to make sure nothing physical happens to Skete,” referring to the derogatory nickname West bestowed on the comedian.

In the song “Eazy”, released the following month, West bragged that he was saved from a near-death experience simply to “punch Pete Davidson’s ass”, releasing a violent claymation video to accompany the track in which a cartoon version of the rapper kidnap and kill a comedian-like character. The video ends with an on-screen message that reads, “Everyone lived happily ever after, except you know who,” with “Skete” conveniently crossed out. Another video for the track featured an animated version of the SNL star get hit by a monkey.

That same month, a friend of Davidson leaked a series of screenshots now deleted purportedly showing a text conversation between Davidson and West. “It doesn’t have to be this way,” Davidson allegedly wrote. “What she does for those children is incredible and you are so lucky that she is the mother of your children… It is incredible what [rehab centers] do when you go for help. You should try it. I’m in LA for the day if you want to stop being an internet bitch kid and talk.” Days later, West made a tirade on social media, boasting that Davidson “had a mental breakdown after we took him off the internet” and claiming that the actor “would hook Kardashian on drugs” because “he’s in rehab every 2 months.” Those posts eventually led Instagram to temporarily restrict West’s account.

Davidson addressed West’s constant bullying during a stand-up routine in May, calling the ordeal “a really weird thing to go through.”

While the split between the high-profile couple seems amicable, one question remains: What will Pete do with the numerous Kim-related tattoos branded himself earlier this year? Here’s hoping you have a good cover-up artist on speed dial.

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