The SKIMS founder — who shares her four kids: North, 8 Saint, 6, Chicago, 4 and Psalm, 2, with the rapper — shared a series of adorable snaps with her first born daughter while her estranged husband continues to stir up drama with her boyfriend Pete Davidson.
In an Instagram post on Thursday, February 17, the reality star, 41, showed off selfies from a cozy cuddle session with North as the mother-daughter duo rocked matching sets of pink pajamas and made funny faces at the camera.
She kept the caption simple, with only a "💕" left underneath the post — which comes in the wake of her drama with the father of her children, who has been making the details of their ongoing divorce very public online. Earlier this month, West claimed via Instagram that Kardashian was keeping his kids from him, and even accused her of trying to "kidnap" their daughter Chicago.
As the Yeezy designer, 44, continues to air his dirty laundry with Kardashian on social media, he has also been taking aim at Davidson for his new romance with the Keeping Up With the Kardashians alum.
Despite following Davidson's new Instagram account, West still hasn't stopped with his posts directed at the Palm Springs actor.
Following Kardashian's IG posts, West took to his own account to slam Davidson once again, this time calling him out for previously poking fun at him during a Saturday Night Live skit. In the sketch from 2018, the comedian jokingly urges him to take his medication following the rapper's battle with bipolar disorder.
"Kanye, I know you're like, 'Yo, this is the real me. I'm off the meds,'" Davidson says in the SNL clip. "Take 'em. No shame in the medicine game. I'm on 'em. It's great. Just take 'em; there's nothing wrong with taking them."
"Being mentally ill is not an excuse to act like a jackass," the 28-year-old — who was diagnosed with borderline personality disorder in 2017 — also quips in the video.
In his Instagram post on Thursday, the Donda artist shared a screenshot of Davidson from the comedy sketch, writing: "HI SKETE YOU GOT ANYMORE MENTAL HEALTH JOKES FOR ME?"
"This boy thought he could get away with performing this sketch for the team that wrote this for him," he captioned his second post. "This is not harassment. This is payback."
As OK! previously reported, West previously admitted that his posts came off as "harassing" his estranged wife and her new beau, although he quickly reverted back to targeting Davidson in his posts online.