In the few days since news broke that Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson broke up, the only public response has come from Kardashian’s ex, Kanye West. Still, Davidson’s post-breakup style may hint at how the SNL cast member is taking the split.
While Davidson spent August 5 with his mother and sister, Casey, as they celebrated her graduation from the physician assistant program at New York City’s Pace University, he was back in Australia to continue shooting his film Wizards! the very next day.
So how does Pete Davidson—who literally has Kim’s name branded on his chest—feel about the breakup? We can’t say for sure, but the T-shirt he reportedly wore on the set of his upcoming project might shed some light on the subject. According to E! News, the comedian was photographed wearing a “What… I feel like shit” T-shirt on August 6, just one day after their split was reported.
Though it was initially said that long-distance and scheduling conflicts led to their breakup, a source recently told Entertainment Tonight that the reality star broke things off with the comedian because “the spark between” them had “faded” after nine months together. The source added that Davidson is “so sweet, but she didn’t feel ready for something serious with him.”
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“They had tons of chemistry, and still do, but she kind of wants to be single and date,” the source said. “Kim still adores Pete and will always be friends with him. She still thinks he’s the nicest and sweetest guy in the world and there’s no drama or anything weird between them now.”
They continued, “She felt like Pete was the extreme opposite of Kanye and it was good for her then. She initially thought it would be a fun fling, but then it got more serious when they were spending so much time together. Kim wasn’t feeling like she was willing to settle down with him just yet.” When you think about it, this makes more sense than long-distance struggles considering Kim Kardashian’s reported affinity for her private jet…
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