DL Hughley Says Pete Davidson Is Countering Kanye With New Tattoo

DL Hughley again weighed in on Pete Davidson and the artist formerly known as Kanye West, and this time he’s not a fan of Davidson’s apparently new ink.

Over the weekend, observant fans began speculating about a new tattoo on Davison’s neck, which apparently includes the letters “KNSCP.” Many assume it is a nod to his girlfriend Kim Kardashian and her children North, Saint, Chicago and Psalm, each with their first initials.

Ye is, of course, the father of the four children, as well as someone Davidson has exchanged photos with both publicly and via text, so the internet has been going back and forth over whether the tattoo — if it actually represents Kim’s family — is. or does not exceed.

DL Hughley shared his thoughts on the apparent display of affection towards the Kardashian-West family, telling TMZ on Tuesday that while he’s been “very vocal” about Ye in the past, getting a tattoo of another man’s children isn’t OK. makes.

“It’s his body, it’s his wife, those are Kanye’s kids,” Hughley said. “That would make me angry. If you get my kids tattooed – and I get my kids tattooed on me – but if you do… look, look, they’ll always be mine. I don’t know what happened to that situation, but it will always be my children. And now, for me, the father lives, he is a good father, he takes care of his children, I don’t understand what all this is about. It’s none of my business, but if you tattooed my kids on your neck, I’d have something to say about it.”

Hughley explained that when you “do things like this, it’s a problem for you.”

“Nobody Tells You” [that] you can’t live your life,” he said. ‘That’s your wife, you’re having a good time. But you put that man’s children on your neck, that’s annoying. That is out of pocket for me.”

In March, it was reported that Davidson had not yet been introduced to Kim and Kanye’s children. In April, Pete was photographed driving around on a Moke electric vehicle with North. As TMZ reported at the time, Davidson is said to have “met the kids by now,” but reports still indicated it was unclear whether he’d met any of North’s younger siblings. Ye wrote in an Instagram post in February that “you’ll never meet my kids,” alongside a text Davidson seemingly sent him.

“If you did that to me, I’d have a problem with it,” Hughley said. “I find that problematic. You can have your relationship, it is what it is, but I would feel like I’m their father. I am there in their lives. He is not an absent father. He is their father. And you already know those things are going on. You already know it’s a fleeting situation. Do you think that will help?”

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