Kim Kardashian Has Found It ‘Hard’ To Digest Her Break Up From Pete Davidson
The duo, for their part, had been dating for around 9 months before they decided to go their separate ways. During the course of that process, they managed to navigate some significant hurdles.
This included dealing with Kim’s ex Kanye West’s social media attacks, which resulted in the rapper releasing a music video entitled ‘Eazy,’ in which he was pictured burying the comedian alive. Not only that, but Pete also managed to meet Kim’s kids irrespective of the clear condemnation Kanye was expressing.
With that being said, it has been hard for Kim to see things fall apart, knowing how much they had invested in the relationship. A source said the following: “[It has] been hard, [but they still have] love and respect.”
And yet, the chances of the pair staying on good terms is unlikely for the following reasons. First of all, Kim has already seen three major marriages fall apart. And as Pete made it very clear that he would be willing to marry the Kardashian, the last thing that she needs is a reminder of what could have been.
Secondly, Kim will most likely want to put this behind her and move on to someone else. After all, she is in her forties coupled with the fact that she is not getting any younger. Another source stated: “Pete knew it wasn’t going to work. He’d been saying it for a while — and Kim knew it, too.”
The fans on social media were not surprised by the break up. And in the process of doing so, the comments started to become very harsh indeed. One person wrote: “@KimKardashian, Probably not as hard as us watching date that looser?? How do you go from a KANYE to a Skete.”
Hopefully, the pair can move on to something better in their lives. So there you have it folks. What did you think about this? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.
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