See Kardashian boyfriends' wildest posts from Pete Davidson's NSFW pic with Kim to Tristan Thompson's baby confession

The KARDASHIANS simply can't help what their boyfriends share online.

From Pete Davidson's NSFW photo with Kim to Tristan Thompson's confession and "joke" follow-ups, here are their wildest posts.



TRISTAN'S APOLOGY & 'AIR BALL' JOKES

A love child scandal rocked Khloe Kardashian’s world when Tristan welcomed a son named Theo, now five months old, with Maralee Nichols, 31, back in December 2021.

The NBA star had an affair with his former trainer and a model when he was supposedly mutually exclusive with Khloe. 

In January, he admitted in a lengthy Instagram post that he is indeed the father of Maralee's child, revealing the paternity results along with a public apology to Khloe all in one “foul” swoop.

"Today, paternity tests results revealed that I fathered a child with Maralee Nichols," he began.

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He continued on his Story: “I take full responsibility for my actions. Now that paternity has been established, I looked forward to amicably raising our son.

The second Instagram Story then read, "Khloe, you don't deserve this. You don't deserve the heartache and humiliation I have caused you."

"I have the utmost respect and love for you, regardless of what you may think. Again I am so incredibly sorry."

But Tristan has posted plenty since, and his playful tone has wildly rebounded.

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Tristan Thompson confirmed he fathered baby Theo with Maralee Nichols via Instagram while dating Khloe KardashianCredit: Instagram/Tristan Thompson
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But shortly after, he started posting cryptic captions fans called 'bad jokes'
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Many are begging him to 'take responsibility as he pivoted his Instagram to devilish dispatchesCredit: Instagram

The Chicago bulls baller shared a pair of street snaps to his Instagram page in March.

He wore a large gold necklace and a Supreme tee-shirt paired with sunglasses in both casual images.

He cryptically captioned the post: "They say good things take time that's why I'm always late," with a devil, shushing face and wink emoji.

Tristan has apparently not met his love child, and despite his apology – Maralee has accused the athlete of still refusing to pay child support.

That month, she demanded that he should pay about "$47K" a month and $1million in legal fees.

According to Us Weekly, Maralee claimed that the sports star has an "income of $9.7million alone."

The fitness model has requested a "guideline monthly child support of $47,424.”

According to Maralee's representative Harvey Englander, the boy's father “has not made any attempt to meet their son nor has he provided any financial assistance.”

Fans flooded the comments section of the "always late" post thinking that was what he was shooting for.

One commented: "Late with that child support," as another added, "Oh, that's why the child support is late?!!"

"Always late to pay your baby mamas checks," wrote a third.

Tristan also cryptically shared a photo while all smiles in April with a devil emoji caption.

One Instagrammer replied earning 1000 likes, "You need to be a parent to all three of your children."

"Bro stop talking about that bullsh** on the show and show out," wrote another – as Tristan filmed Season 1 of the Kardashians while, so far, staying with Khloe, pretending there's no trouble in paradise.

"Can't wait for your karma," wrote a third.

In addition to Theo and True, Tristan is also the father of his son Prince, five, with ex Jordan Craig. 

'IN BED WITH YOUR WIFE'

Kim Kardashian, 41, and Pete Davidson, 28, have been going strong since they were romantically linked in October 2021.

But ex Kanye West warred against Pete for much of 2022, and it perhaps came to a head – or 'bed' – when their alleged texts were leaked.


Pete's friend, Saturday Night Live writer Dave Sirus – who also shared the comic's message about leaving the sketch show this month -posted the furious message exchange on his Instagram page.

It began simply enough, with Pete seemingly reaching out to Ye.

"Yo it's Skeet," Pete texted, referencing the nickname Kanye gave him in his meme war against the actor. "Can you please take a second to calm down?

"It's 8am in the morning. It doesn't gotta be like this."

"I've decided I'm not gonna let you treat us this way anymore and I'm done being quiet. Grow the f**k up."

Kanye countered, "Oh you using profanity. Where are you right now?"

To which Pete replied: "In bed with your wife," along with a selfie showing him lying on a bed.

A day later, Kanye lashed back with multiple Instagram posts seemingly confirming the texts were real.

Kanye continued to reference the leaked texts, writing in part: "SKETE called this 'legally single' person my wife," he wrote.

He also captioned a post, "Y'all so mad that SKETE showed who he really is Right before the Hulu trailer dropped,"accusing the funnyman of escalating their feud in sync with Kim's Hulu reality show.

There was, of course, a barrage of Instagram memes against Pete leading up to the wild exchange.

Ever since the duo started dating, the rapper has done everything from calling the standup comic a "d**khead," to threatening to "beat his a**," to even accusing him of attempting to "destroy" his family.

Kanye even "kidnapped and beheaded" Pete in the animated music video of his song Eazy, which he also promoted on his Instagram – and was temporarily banned from the platform soon after.

But before his ban, the hitmaker also claimed he had "ran Skete off the gram" when the comedian deleted his account after posting and deleting his first post.

"Tell your mother I changed your name for life," Kanye bragged in a caption of a post afterward.


KANYE'S 'PAD' REACTION

Yet Kanye's wildest moment, though it's hard to choose – as he also called Kim's mom Kris Jenner, 66, "Kris Jong Un" – was perhaps his legal pad pit-stop.

In February when his posting was reaching a fever pitch, Kanye stood in front of a white background as he held up a yellow notepad. 

His yellow note originally said: "My account is not hacked. 2/13/22."

But internet users and even RHOBH star Lisa Rinna ran with it.

Lisa, 57, shared a hilarious meme made by a Real Housewives fan on Instagram. 

In the meme, the text changed to: "You better believe Lisa Rinna's gonna talk about it."

Amid Ye's flurry of fury including memes in which he showed he was in a "war" against Kim, Pete and others – the Lisa levity was definitely appreciated and showed how wide-reaching Kanye's cavalcade of posts became.

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After nearly seven years of marriage, Kim filed for divorce from her former husband back in February 2021.

The former couple share four kids: North, eight; Saint, six; Chicago, four; and Psalm, two.




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