Is Pete Davidson removing his Kim Kardashian-themed tattoos?

Pete Davidson gets over Kim Kardashian in more ways than one.

The former “Saturday Night Live” star was spotted on Monday on the set of his upcoming comedy series “Bupkis” with a suspicious bandage around his neck.

While it’s unclear what exactly covered the dressing—which extended over the collar of his T-shirt—it was in the exact same spot as the actor’s “my girl is a lawyer” tattoo, dedicated to Kim Kardashian, which gave rise to speculation he may have. cover or remove the design.

Davidson, 28, revealed the ink in early 2022 while dating the reality star, who passed the California “baby bar” law exam in 2021 after several failed attempts.

It’s one of the “few” tattoos Kardashian, 41, has said the ink-loving comedian got in her honor.

While the Skims founder called the “lawyer” her “favorite,” Davidson also goes by the names “Jasmine” and “Aladdin” with an infinity sign in the center, alluding to the couple’s first kiss during an “Aladdin” theme.” SNL” sketch in October 2021. He also drew Kardashian’s first initial alongside those of her four children: North, Saint, Chicago, and Psalm.

While those tattoos can be painful to remove, the “King of Staten Island” star has also permanently branded Kardashian’s first name on his chest.

Pete Davidson tattoo
It is unclear if he has already been removed or plans to remove the two tattoos he has on the other side of his neck.

According to Kardashian, Davidson explained that decision by telling her, “I don’t want to be able to get rid of it or cover it up, and I just wanted it to be like a scar on me.”

The couple split in August after dating for nine months, with sources telling Vidak For Congress at the time that their age difference played a part in the split, as did Kardashian’s need to “focus on the kids,” she shares with ex Kanye West. .

Pete Davidson and Kim Kardashian
The couple ended their PDA-filled relationship in August.

Before meeting Kardashian, Davidson had started getting all his tattoos removed, stating that he planned to be ink-free by age 30.

Now he may be one step closer to that goal.

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