Davidson, 28, has been at the center of West's social media attacks ever since he linked up with the rapper's ex-wife, Kim Kardashian, last year, and now MGK is opening up about how he was a support system for the comedian during the heated conflict.
During an appearance on "The Howard Stern Show" on Wednesday, March 30, the "Papercuts" artist, 31, dished all about his "bromance" with Davidson, revealing he was "totally" there for the Saturday Night Live star when West started coming for him on social media.
"I got thrown into that too, oddly enough," the musician stated during the interview. (West previously dragged MGK during one of his Instagram rants, where he claimed "no ones ever heard a Machine Gun Kelly song.")
But the Mainstream Sellout artist tried keeping the peace, stating: "At the end of the day, man, we're young men trying to find our place in the world and figure it out, and it doesn't really help that you have a million voices ripping you apart."
"We love everybody, man. We have so much love," Kelly stated, pointing out: "It's almost like, if we need to be the vessels for someone's anger, then so be it. That must be why we're here. I do hope that they can feel our spirit and see that we love you."
During the interview, MGK also hinted at Davidson being part of his upcoming wedding ceremony with fiancée Megan Fox, saying: "I think Pete's absolutely gonna be standing there with me."
"We should just mic him for commentary anyway," he quipped, while noting that he was "blessed" to become such good friends with The King of Staten Island star after starring together in the 2019 Mötley Crüe biopic, The Dirt.
"We both came into each other's life at the right time," Kelly declared, adding that he is "so happy" for Davidson amid his budding relationship with Kardashian.
Even though Davidson's good pal supports his new romance, the same definitely can't be said for West — who was recently suspended from Instagram for breaking the platform's bullying and harassment policies.
As OK! reported, Ye previously mocked Davidson — who he has nicknamed "Skete" — in the music video for his diss track "Eazy," where he portrayed an animated version of the comic getting beaten up and buried alive. He also rapped in the tune that he wanted to "beat Pete Davidson's a**."
While the Donda artist insisted at the time that it was all for the sake of expressing his art, he later took things too far when he took aim at Trevor Noah after the late night host spoke out about West's behavior.
The Yeezy designer shared an Instagram post calling Noah a "k**n," which got him temporarily suspended from the app and banned from performing at the upcoming Grammy awards.