Celebrity Dirt

Kanye West attends a game between the Washington Wizards and the Los Angeles Lakers in the fourth quarter at Crypto.com Arena on March 11, 2022 in Los Angeles, California. Jake Paul talks to the media ahead of the fight between Katie Taylor and Amanda Serrano at The Leadenhall Building on February 07, 2022 in London, England. Pete Davidson attends the premiere of "Big Time Adolescence" at Metrograph on March 05, 2020 in New York City.

Those of us who are following the ongoing (mostly one-sided) beef between Kanye West and Pete Davidson may have thought of what it would be like if the two just fought each other to settle the score once and for all.

That’s exactly what Jake Paul is trying to capitalize on, taking to Twitter today (March 14) to propose a sanctioned fight between the rapper and comedian. “My official @MostVpromotions offer for @kanyewest & Pete Davidson:

I have $30m guaranteed for Kanye and $30m guaranteed for Pete + PPV upside. Money will be put in escrow before
6 round boxing match.”

Paul left a closing remark for his proposition writing, “Let’s settle this beef like men, before the children get any more impacted.”

Who knows if the social media star is entirely serious, as he tweeted right before this, “10,000 retweets and I’ll make Elon Musk Vs. Putin boxing match happen

Undercard:
Kanye West Vs. Pete Davidson

Me Vs. Mcgregor In MMA.”

Kanye’s latest digs at Pete Davidson happened yesterday (March 13) when he posted videos to Instagram calling out the King of Staten Island star: “The devil ain’t gon’ win,” Kanye said in the videos. “This is gaslighting. Kim gets Black people out of prison. You know who puts Black people in prison? The person that the boyfriend has a tattoo of: Hilary [Clinton]. Do you understand the set up right here? Do you understand the narrative, right here?”

Apparently, Pete, 28, triggered Kanye through text, sending him a selfie that he seemingly took from Kim Kardashian’s bed. If you look closely, it looks like Pete got “Kim” tattooed on his chest.