Pete Davidson reportedly removes Kim K tattoo after split. During their brief romance, the “SNL” alum got many minor tattoos in honor of his aristocratic ex. Things appeared to be going extremely well between Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson just a few months ago, with the comedian meeting and spending plenty of time with the reality star’s four children (despite Kanye West’s troubling tantrum over the situation), and the couple taking several tropical trips together.
Their romance ended abruptly a few months ago, and now it appears that the Saturday Night Live star may have erased one of the multiple tattoos he received dedicated to the 41-year-old. According to TMZ, Davidson was caught on the set of his next comedy series, Bupkis, in his home state of New York on Tuesday (October 3).
The 28-year-old was photographed sporting a Staten Island crewneck under a red and blue windbreaker, matching track trousers, and a pair of pristine dad sneakers. A bandage peeking out of the comedian’s jumper also caught viewers’ attention, implying that he may have had his “My Girl is a Lawyer” tattoo removed. Davidson also received a tiny tattoo while dating Kardashian that looked to indicate the initials of his girlfriend and the children she shares with Ye; it’s unknown if that one is still on his body following their divorce.
Things may not have worked out in his most recent romantic venture, but the New Yorker has a lot to look forward to, including his new Peacock series co-starring The Sopranos actress Edie Falco, who has had nothing but positive things to say about working with Pete.
Pete Davidson got a new Kim Kardashian tattoo‼️👀 pic.twitter.com/EE9eHkPEmf
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“You fall in love with him the moment you meet him,” she told Page Six this weekend. “There’s something endearingly raw and open about him.” He is not a gamer. He doesn’t strive to project an image other than what he cops to.”
“He’s adorably endearing. You want to hug him the moment you meet him. He’s the most real person I’ve met in a long time.”