The celebrity couple was dressed in black sports clothing and wore masks over their mouths to protect themselves from the COVID-19 virus. Pete is reportedly looking to make a move to the 90210 area code in order to be closer to Kim.
It appears their relationship is still going strong, despite Kim’s estranged husband allegedly telling “everyone within earshot” that Davidson has AIDS.
"Kanye's been telling everybody within earshot of himself," DJ Akademiks recently spilled. "He's trying to spread a rumor that Pete Davidson has AIDS."
"I'm telling you, this is fact. I've heard this from eight people," he continued. "He's telling everybody. I'm telling you, this is a fact."
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While this is hardly the first time the 44-year-old Donda rapper has targeted Davidson since his and Kim’s relationship started, it is certainly a new low for Ye.
Earlier this week, sources close to Kanye claimed the rapper is concerned that the “work” he put into Kim’s style transformation is slowly being unraveled by Davidson.
"Kanye has been telling friends he still feels 'suppressed' by Kim even though they are separated," an insider recently spilled. "He feels he has kept a lot of things quiet for her and he likes to speak his mind, so he feels suppressed."
"He feels she is going for the complete opposite of him to upset him and it pisses him off," the anonymous source added. "Clothes and style are very important to Kanye and he has been telling friends he thinks Pete wears the worst clothes ever."
Besides spreading rumors that the SNL comedian has AIDS, and allegedly saying he wears “the worst clothes ever,” Ye also recently leaked lyrics to a new track titled Eazy in which he raps: “God saved me from the crash, just so I can beat Pete Davidson's a-s."
Whether it was a threat or just part of the song, it certainly worried Davidson enough to allegedly hire extra security.