According to Kanye West, Kim Kardashian "could never love" Pete Davidson because she only likes "black guys".
Rapper Kayne West, also known as Ye, talked about his ex-wife Kim Kardashian on the Lex Fridman Podcast. He commented on Kim's relationship with the comedian and actor Pete Davidson.
The rap legend has never hidden his contempt for the comedian, however, his latest comments put Ye in a bad light.
"She could never love this dude, not just because he's ugly, he's not Black. She likes Black guys. Every guy that she is with looks exactly the same," he claimed.
The 45-year-old rapper continued to dig his grave deeper when he went from expressing racial stereotypes to a creepy confession.
"Ray J, Reggie Bush, at that time Kanye West. She has a type just like how I have a type. A lot of my girls look kind of similar to her."
Ye has made more strange statements recently. In an interview with Piers Morgan, the rapper called himself a priest of his household and compared himself to Kardashian's late father.
"I'm still the priest of that home. They want to make it this matriarch society…but I am the priest of that home, and God is alive," Ye told the talk-show host.
"I am the living Robert Kardashian. And I'm going to stand up for what God would want as a Christian."
Ye went on to confess he did not believe in divorce and therefore wants Kim and him to "always be together".
Can things become any weirder and creepier? It can.
"She dresses exactly like me. My kids are me, and there's no person that she will ever get with that will influence her more than God and then her priest on earth, which is me," he continued.
Later during the interview, Ye criticized Kim's appearance on the cover of Interview magazine. The reality star was seen posing with her famous behind on display in front of the American flag.
"Kim is a Christian woman. And she's not here just to have content up on adult channels," the rapper said about the photo.
"She's not here just to have that last Interview magazine cover."
"If you look at the two Interview magazine covers, look at the one when I was there, and look at the one when I'm not there."