If you’ve been out of the loop, Kanye West released a new track ‘Eazy’ where he disses Pete Davidson, and apparently the SNL star seems to find the whole situation hilarious.

At the end of Kanye’s verse, he raps: “God saved me from the crash / Just so I can beat Pete Davidson’s ass”, and Davidson seems to think it’s funny.

“Pete thinks it’s totally hilarious,” a source reportedly told Page Six. “Not just that — he thinks the whole [drama between himself, West and Kim Kardashian] is hilarious. He loves it.”

A different source also told the tabloid that the whole beef between the three of them apparently only strengthened the relationship between Pete Davidson and Kim Kardashian, to what we’re sure is Kanye’s dismay.

“The whole craziness with Kanye last week has brought Kim and Pete closer,” the source claimed.

Ye made a lot of headlines last week outside threatening to beat up Davidson. Last week, he was involved in a physical altercation that has resulted in him facing an alleged battery charge. He defended his actions later on, claiming that the person he had the altercation with wasn’t a fan of his, despite what headlines revealed.

Over the weekend, Kanye claimed he wasn’t told the address for daughter Chicago’s 4th birthday party, thanking Travis Scott for giving him the address and allowing him to attend the party. Kim Kardashian revealed she was surprised at this revelation, as there was allegedly a prior agreement to separate the day into two parties for the young Kardashian-West.

Davidson has reportedly beefed up his own security to protect himself more from Kanye’s fans than the rapper himself.

“Pete isn’t worried about Kanye, but he is concerned about the massive fanbase that Kanye has. His devoted followers listen to his songs and act upon them. That’s why Pete is now using security,” sources told Radar Online.

It looks like Kanye isn’t the only celebrity ready to threaten Pete Davidson, as Jake Paul has now even weighed in on the drama.

The Saturday Night Live star commentated a boxing match between Paul and Ben Askren in April last year.

Among a series of other things, Davidson said the event marked “a really wild day for boxing” because it revealed “how low it’s truly sunk”.

Paul had harsh words for Davidson in response. “Fuck that guy,” he said in an April episode of Impaulsive. “He won’t do shit. He won’t ever be a part of one of those ever again. He fucked this shit up, bro.”

In a tweet shared by Paul earlier this week, he said: “Kanye & I on [Davidson’s] ass now. Soon to get slapped.”

Check out the videos of the beef between Pete Davidson and Jake Paul here:

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