The rapper drags the SNL comedian in a new track dubbed "My Life Was Never Eazy," featuring The Game. A portion of the audio is making the rounds on social media, and this particular lyric has got everyone's attention: "God saved me from the crash, just so I can beat Pete Davidson's a**."
In an interview with Hollywood Unlocked's Jason Lee, West offered some details about his feelings over Kardashian West's budding romance with Davidson.
"How you gonna bring me to SNL and kiss the dude you dating right in front of me and everybody's like, 'Aw, that's cool,'" he said. "I'm about family, you know, just me and my kids parenting and, I mean, my kids' mom, you know, we not together. I'm still gonna be the best dad but when you do little nuances like, I'm not gonna be like Jackie Robinson where you gotta spit on my, spit on me while I'm trying to, like, hit a home run."
ET spoke with Lee following the interview, who gave some insight into West's tension with his ex and her new beau.
"I think he's bothered by -- at least what comes through in his interview -- he's bothered by not being able to have access to his children the way that he did before," Lee explained, "and as a father having Kim's security meddling in their business and blocking him from actually being with his kids. He talked in the interview about when he came to the house and was not allowed to go into the house when North wanted him to come in, that Pete Davidson was in the house, and that he chose to handle it in a very calm way and he left and didn't make a scene."
While West appears to be waging war with Davidson, a source tells ET it's practically the exact opposite when it comes to how Kardashian West is feeling about her estranged husband cozying up with Julia Fox.
"Kanye absolutely hates that Pete and Kim are dating and despises the idea of Kim being with someone else," the source said. "He is definitely not cool with it. Kim could honestly care less about the women Kanye dates."
A big reason why Kardashian West is not sweating over West's newest romance is rooted in Davidson bringing out a side of her that she loves.
"Kim and Pete are always laughing together and are constantly in hysterics," the source added. "Pete brings out a side of Kim that she loves. She adores Pete's sense of humor, and their chemistry is on another level."
Another thing that makes Davidson incredibly likable to Kardashian West is his authenticity.
"Kim likes that he is so authentically himself," the source tells ET. "He's also really sweet and always puts Kim first. They get along wonderfully and share a really special bond. Pete loves that Kim is such a great, hands-on mom and also a boss. She has created an empire and Pete really respects that she has been able to balance, multiple successful businesses and a stressful divorce all at the same time."
For West's part, a source told ET that he is being so public with his romance with Fox in order to make Kardashian West jealous. And now, it seems, the diss track is his latest attempt to continue stirring the pot.
According to TMZ, the new track is set to drop Friday night at 9 p.m. PT. There's also growing speculation the track will also be featured in "Donda 2" and on The Game's Drillmatic album.
For what it's worth, this is the second time an artist mentions the comedian by name in one of their tracks. Fans will recall Ariana Grande famously dropped Davidson's name in "Thank You, Next" in her farewell letter to the men she previously dated.