At the ‘Donda 2’ event, Kanye West sampled Kim Kardashian’s ‘SNL’ monologue.

During his live performance of his new album, “Donda 2,” in Miami on Tuesday night, Kanye West sampled his estranged wife Kim Kardashian’s “Saturday Night Live” monologue and attacked her new partner Pete Davidson.

In video obtained by a Kardashian fan account, Kardashian can be heard saying, “I married the best rapper of all time,” behind the dramatic music as West’s stage darkens and smokes. “On top of that, he’s the wealthiest black guy in the United States.” “A gifted, genuine genius who blessed me with four incredible children.”

“So, when I divorced him, you have to know it came down to just one thing: his personality,” she continued. The “Off The Grid” rapper noticeably edited out her following phrase, a swipe at the rapper, when she said, “So, when I divorced him, you have to know it came down to just one thing: his personality.”

The monologue was used as an opener to his new song “Sci-Fi,” which is from his next album and was intended to be released on his streaming service “Stem Player,” but has yet to go live.

Kardashian delivered the remark while hosting “SNL” in October 2021, roughly eight months after filing for divorce from West and one month after Page Six revealed their split. She famously locked lips in a sketch with Davidson, with whom she began dating and has since gotten serious, during her presence.

Kardashian had reportedly helped West prepare for her “SNL” appearance, and she was even “making eyes” at him while she was performing.

During their breakup, the “Jeen-Yuhs” star hasn’t been kind to Kardashian. He has not only objected to Karashian’s request to be regarded legally single, but he has also dragged his ex on social media.

He has not only blasted the Skims founder’s connection with Davidson, but he has also expressed dissatisfaction with their co-parenting arrangement, prompting Kardashian to issue a rare statement, claiming that her former husband was “obsessed” with “attacking” her.

West, who legally changed his name to Ye, said earlier this month that he was taking “accountability” and apologized for venting about his troubles with Kardashian.

West also took a dig at Davidson during the “Donda 2” live listening party, performing his song, “Eazy,” where he raps about wanting to “beat Pete Davidson’s A–.”

“New York City/ Please go easy/ On me tonight/ ‘Cause I’m losing/ My Lover/ To the arms of/ Another,” says Alicia Keys, who joined Ye on stage to perform their song “City of Gods.”

Marilyn Manson, DaBaby, and Migos were among the performers during the show. The performer was reportedly two hours late to the stage.

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