After Trevor Noah warned that the Kanye West/Kim Kardashian/Pete Davidson drama could turn violent, Ye hurled a racial slur at the comedian via Instagram.
“All in together now… K— baya my lord k— baya my lord K— baya Oooo’ lord K— baya,” Ye wrote mocking the comedian using racial slurs.
Noah shared a story about his own mother getting shot by his stepfather and how society should be looking into the Kanye/Kim/Pete situation as harassment and not entertainment. He added, “Do we wish to stand by and watch a car crash when we thought we saw it coming?”
Noah was not the only person that Ye called out in his latest Instagram tirade. The rapper reposted a photo from Pete’s Instagram account of his Hilary Clinton tattoo and captioned it, “Tramp Stamp Pete the Tramp… here’s the stamp.”
The Donda rapper then reposted a photo from the “Eazy” video of him holding an animated version of Pete’s decapitated head with the caption, “Ya’ll ready for Coachella.”
However, Ye did show some love to Michael Che who is Pete’s castmate on Saturday Night Live, “I got a lot of love and respect for this guy,” Ye wrote under his post of the comedian.
Ye then reignited the feud with comedian D.L. Hughley disapproving his outfit choice, “This grown a– man picked this outfit out himself Is he influential or under the influence???”
“Funny thing is we’ll probably end up being friends…” Ye wrote under another post of the comedian. “I used to defend this n—- back when he had work…. Like nah he funny … you just gotta watch it 1 trillion more times to get it.”
This comes days after Pete allegedly leaked a text message exchange between Ye and him where the comedian allegedly responded to Ye’s text asking where he was with “in bed with your wife.”