Di recente, il comico DL Hughley ha mostrato molto candore quando ha commentato l’aspro divorzio di Kim Kardashian e Kanye “Ye” West. All’inizio di quest’anno, i fan hanno visto il rapper di “Jesus Walks” usare la sua piattaforma di social media per rimproverare Kardashian e minacciare il suo nuovo fidanzato, la star di “Saturday Night Live” Pete Davidson. Hughley ha definito il comportamento di Ye “stalking” in una franca intervista a Vlad TV a marzo. Ciò ha portato il rapper di “Gold Digger” a puntare il mirino su Hughley e a pubblicare un messaggio minaccioso su Instagram, dicendo all’uomo divertente: “Posso permettermi di farti del male”, per XXL. Post del genere, e altri rivolti a Kardashian, al presentatore di “The Daily Show” Trevor Noah e Davidson, hanno comportato la sospensione temporanea dell’account IG di Ye dalla piattaforma. Ciò non ha impedito o spaventato Hughley di esprimere la sua opinione, di accettare Twitter per rispondere a Ye, scrivendo: “#Kanye, sai quanto devi essere orribile per fare in modo che un appuntamento di #Kardashian sia un uomo bianco!”
Since March, the relationship between Kardashian and Davidson has amped up, with the couple becoming red carpet and Instagram official. After their appearance at the White House Correspondent's Dinner, fans noticed Davidson was displaying a new tattoo on his neck, which many speculate are the initials of Kardashian and her four children, per Entertainment Tonight. Now Hughley is weighing in on this development, and his hard-line stance on it doesn't bode well for Davidson.
D.L. Hughley slams Pete Davidson for antagonizing Ye
On May 3, TMZ stopped D.L. Hughley at LAX and asked his opinion on Pete Davidson's neck tattoo that reportedly honors Kim Kardashian and her four kids she shares with her ex, Kanye "Ye" West. Hughley, who has sparred with Ye online, surprisingly took the rapper's side. "That would piss me off," he said. "It's none of my business but if you tattooed my kids on your neck, I'd have something to say about it." Seemingly addressing Davidson, Hughley added that when Davidson does "things like that, it's trouble for you. Nobody's telling you you can't live your life. That's your woman, you're having a good time. But you're putting that man's kids on your neck, that's antagonizing. That's out of pocket to me."
"If you did that to me, I would have a problem with it," Hughley continued before saying that Ye is a good father and he's still in the children's lives. "He ain't an absentee father. He's their father ... You already know that it's a volatile situation. Do you think that's gonna help?" Hughley's opinion is being echoed by someone in Ye's camp, with "Dynasties and Dystopia" rapper Denzel Curry tweeting, "Leave The Kids out of this."
This isn't the first tattoo the "King of Staten Island" star has inked to honor his new gf. According to Page Six, he debuted a new tattoo on his clavicle in March, reading, "My girl is a lawyer."