The new ink was revealed in since-deleted screenshots from his text exchange with Kanye West.
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Kim Kardashian Pete Davidson Chest Tattoo

First came cross-country plane rides and Staten Island movie dates, and then arrived the inevitable chest tattoo.

After officially going Instagram-official just a few days ago, Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson quickly jumped ahead to the next step of their relationship, with the Saturday Night Live star tattooing Kim's name on his chest — apparently a rite of passage for dudes dating the Kardashians (ahem, Travis Barker). On Sunday, Pete's new ink was revealed in screenshots from his tense text exchange with Kanye West, which was shared and later deleted by the comedian's friend and SNL writer Dave Sirus on Instagram.

During the alleged conversation, Davidson revealed he was in Los Angeles and offered to meet up with West to chat privately, and when the rapper asked him his location, he sent a photo flashing a peace sign with his tongue out, writing: "in bed with your wife." In the shirtless snapshot, Pete's chest was already covered in tattoos, but eagle-eyed fans spotted Kim's name in bold black letters layered over his existing ink.

The war of words between the two was reportedly sparked by Kanye criticizing Kim as a mother for allowing North on TikTok. He screen-grabbed a video of the mother-daughter pair lip-syncing to the song "Emo Girl" in black clothing and makeup, which West took issue with. "Yo it's Skete. Can you please take a second and calm down. It's 8am and it don't gotta be like this," Pete wrote to Kanye in response to his Instagram post, before defending Kim's parenting skills.

"Kim is literally the best mother I've ever met. What she does for those kids is amazing and you are so f–king lucky that she's your kids mom," he continued. "I've decided im not gonna let you treat us this way anymore and I'm done being quiet. Grow the f—k up." Kim and Kanye share four children together — North, 8, Saint, 6, Chicago, 4, and two-year-old Psalm.