Kanye West Gets Booed At Super Bowl LVI After Slamming Pete Davidson In Latest Instagram Rant
Kanye West made an appearance as a spectator at the 2022 Super Bowl over the weekend — but not everyone in the crowd was happy to see him.
The 44-year-old rapper showed up to the SoFi stadium in Los Angeles on Sunday, February 13, where he sat with pal Antonio Brown and his two oldest children: North, 8 and Saint, 6.
But according to Daily Mail, the Yeezy designer was hit with booing chants when he appeared on the jumbotron at Sunday's game, which likely had something to do with his latest bizarre Instagram posts.
In the clip, West appeared on the screen with his two kiddos while wearing a black mask over his whole face before the crowd is heard erupting and booing the rapper.
Just hours earlier, the Donda artist went off about estranged wife Kim Kardashian's new boyfriend, Pete Davidson, going as far as to label the SNL comic a "d***head."
As OK! reported, West also referred to Davidson as "Hillary Clinton's ex boyfriend," in the now-deleted post, causing massive confusion among his followers.
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"YOU CAN GOOGLE THE HILARY THING IM NOT MAKING THIS SH*T UP," he insisted in another post.
He also shared a screenshot of what appeared to be a text from Davidson, 28, who seemed to reach out to West to say he hopes he can meet his kids one day and that they can "all be friends."
In response to the text, West captioned the screenshot: "NO YOU WILL NEVER MEET MY CHILDREN." He also took a jab at Machine Gun Kelly, Davidson's best bud, on his 'gram, claiming: "no one's ever heard" any of his music.
Following his strange social media tirade, some fans began to think the "City of Gods" rapper's account was hacked, prompting him to share a photo of himself with a handwritten note that read, "My account is not hacked."
The father-of-four later shared another post on Sunday, pointing out he and his family were trending online amid his appearance at the Super Bowl.
"I DIDNT WAKE UP AND FIGHT FOR MY FAMILY TO TREND OVER THE SUPER BOWL BUT IT HAPPENED THE SUPER BOW BRINGS FAMILIES TOGETHER FOR EVERYONE MARRIED HOLD YOUR SPOUSE CLOSE MAKE SURE THEY KNOW HOW MUCH YOU LOVE AND APPRECIATE THEM," he stated in the caption. "I WISH MY WIFE WAS WITH ME AND OUR CHILDREN SITTING AT THE 50 YARD LINE @kimkardashian ALWAYS REMEMBER WEST WAS YOUR BIGGEST W."