D.L. Hughley criticizes Pete Davidson for ‘antagonizing’ Kanye West by getting tattoos of the rapper and Kim Kardashian’s children.

Pete Davidson’s new tattoo does not sit well with D.L. Hughley.

During his relationship with Kanye West’s ex-wife, Kim Kardashian, the American comedian chastised fellow comedian Pete Davidson for getting a tattoo of the rapper’s children.

Pete Davidson had the letters KNSCP tattooed on his neck, which stand for Kim, North, Saint, Chicago, and Psalm.


When we met at LAX, the 59-year-old offered his two cents on the subject.

He told TMZ, “It’s his body, it’s his woman, those are Kanye’s kids.”

“That would irritate me. If you placed my kids on me—and I had my kids tattooed on me—but if you did that, they’ll always be mine. I’m not sure what happened in that case, but they’ll always be my kids.”

D.L. went on to say: “And now, to me, the father is living, he’s a nice father, he’s taking care of his children, and I’m not sure what’s going on. It’s none of my business, but if you tattooed one of my children on your neck, I’d be upset.”

Pete is headed for “trouble,” according to the former anchor of CNN’s “D.L. Hughley Breaks the News.” “When you do things like that,” he added, “it’s problems for you.”

He said, ” “Nobody is saying you that you can’t live your life the way you choose. That’s your lady, and you’re having a great time with her. But you’re antagonizing by wearing that man’s children around your neck. To me, that’s out of pocket.”

Hughley went on to say, “If you did it to me, I would have an issue with it.” “That, I believe, is an issue. You can keep your connection as it is, but I’d feel like I was their father. I’m a part of their lives. He isn’t a stay-at-home dad. He’s their biological father. And you’re already aware of what’s going on. You’re well aware that the situation is tense. Do you think that’ll be of any use?”

Pete showed off his new tattoo when he was seen leaving the Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles last month. Fans noticed the tattoo, which reads “KNSCP,” which stands for Kim, North, Saint, Chicago, and Psalm, upon closer inspection.

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