Pete Davidson in 'trauma therapy' after Kanye's attacks on social media

Pete Davidson

 Los Angeles: Comedian Pete Davidson has been in "trauma therapy" largely because of rapper Kanye West's attacks on social media. The news was confirmed by multiple sources on Page Six. Since April, the 'King of Staten Island' star, 28, has been seeking help from the rapper after his feud with his ex-wife, Kim Kardashian.

An insider told People, "The attention and negativity that comes from Kanye and his actions is a trigger for (Pete), and he has had to seek help." People, who first reported the story on Monday.

The source insisted that despite Davidson leaving last week, "has no regrets for dating Kim and wanted to be very clear that he is nothing more than to support her throughout their relationship".

On August 5, an insider confirmed to Page Six that Davidson, 41, and Kim had split after nine months of dating.

Kanye has consistently criticized Davidson, who he dubbed Skate, ever since he was first engaged to Kardashian in October 2021.

Earlier this year, West released a video for 'Easy' in which he literally kidnaps and buried a cartoon version of Davidson. He also rapped about "Beating Pete Davidson a**".

West also attacked Davidson in a second video for the same tune, this time with the actor wearing a "skate" hoodie.

In March, there was a heated argument between the two.

According to a screenshot shared by 'SNL' guest writer Dave Cirrus, the comedian texted West, "Yo it's skate. Can you please take a second and calm down. It's 8 in the morning and it shouldn't have happened."

"Kim is really the best mom I've ever met. What she does for those kids is amazing and you are so lucky that she is the mother of your kids," he continued.

“I have decided that I will no longer allow you to treat us like this and I am working in silence. Grow over the f**k."

Davidson asked West if they wanted to meet and talk. Despite Davidson's efforts, Yeezy Designers didn't stop their attacks.

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