Kim Kardashian fans 'fear for her life' after Kanye West's 'horrifying threats' toward Pete Davidson in nasty feud
KIM Kardashian's fans are "fearing for her life" after Kanye West's shocking threats towards Pete Davidson.
In the last few weeks, Kanye has called her boyfriend Pete a "d**khead", threatened to "beat his a**" and declared "war" on him.
On Monday, the rapper leaked texts from Kim, 41, in which she begged Kanye to stop creating danger.
And the Skims founder's fans are now urging her to take out a restraining order or amp up her security in the wake of Kanye's wild rants.
One concerned fan tweeted: "Kanye needs to actually be taken somewhere. I fear for Kim & the kids' lives, from someone who has lived through dealing w someone like Kanye."
Another added: "She needs a restraining order. This has gone too far now."
"Kim better beef up that security for real. This situation is terrifying and it’s even more terrifying that it’s not being taken seriously by the general public," a third posted.
Another pointed out: "Even worse when the guy has an army of psycho fans ready to do his bidding if need be."
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On Monday evening, Kanye, 44, leaked texts allegedly from Kim in which she called his actions "scary" and shared her fears that Pete, 28, might get hurt because of his behavior.
The text read: "U are creating a dangerous and scary environment and someone will hurt Pete and this will all be your fault."
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Moments later, Kanye shared yet another alleged text conversation with his ex-wife, where she thanked him for taking her request seriously.
"Well thank you. There are dangerous people out there and this is scary and it doesn't have to be," she wrote.
The father-of-four then replied: "I will always do everything to protect you and our family forever.
"And I listened to you and told everyone to make sure nothing physical happens to Skete."
The rapper posted a screenshot from the film Baby Boy where one actor had the other in a headlock, and captioned the still: "UPON MY WIFE’S REQUEST PLEASE NOBODY DO ANYTHING PHYSICAL TO SKETE IM GOING TO HANDLE THE SITUATION MYSELF."
Kanye tagged Kim as the actor who was in the headlock.
An hour later, he posted more leaked messages that revealed Kim's annoyance that their private texts were being shared publicly.
"Why can't you keep any of our conversations private??" the message he claimed was from Kim read.
"Because I got it from my favorite person in the world. I'm your number one fan. Why wouldn't I tell everyone," Kanye responded.
Over the weekend, Kanye called Pete a "d**khead" and insisted the Saturday Night Live star will "never" meet the four kids he shares with Kim.
They are parents to North, eight, Saint, six, Chicago, four, and Psalm, two.
Kanye blasted Pete while posting a pic of him and Kim out on a date together last month.
Along with the snapshot, he wrote: “LOOK AT THIS D**KHEAD.
“I WONDER IF INSTAGRAM GONNA SHUT DOWN MY PAGE FOR DISSING HILARY CLINTON’S EX BOYFRIEND.”
The final line seemingly referenced a joke that Pete and Hillary had gotten together after they were spotted randomly running into each other.
Kanye also accused Pete of "destroying" his family with Kim.
He wrote in a since-deleted post on Instagram: "FOR EVERYONE MARRIED HOLD YOUR SPOUSE CLOSE MAKE SURE THEY KNOW HOW MUCH YOU LOVE AND APPRECIATE THEM BECAUSE THERE'S A SKETE LURKING IN EVERY DIRTY A** VALLEY WAITING TO HELP DESTROY YOUR FAMILY AND WALK AROUND IN CALVIN KLEINS AROUND YOUR CHILDREN."
Kanye has been referring to Pete as "Skete" in his recent posts attacking the comedian.
He went on: "I WISH MY WIFE WAS WITH ME AND OUR CHILDREN SITTING AT THE 50 YARD LINE.
Last month, Kanye threatened to "beat up" Pete in Eazy, his new song with The Game.
He raps: “God saved me from the crash, just so I can beat Pete Davidson's a**.”
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