Kanye West has told fans not to "do anything physical" to his ex-wife's boyfriend, Pete Davidson.
In a series of now-deleted Instagram posts earlier this week, the rapper, 44, shared an image from the 2001 film Baby Boy, which shows the actor and singer Tyrese Gibson being placed in a chokehold.
That image was accompanied by an all-caps caption that doubled as a warning to West's fans about Davidson's physical safety.Check out Kanye West's now-deleted Instagram post right here:
"Upon my wife's request please nobody do anything physical to Skete I'm going to handle the situation myself," the caption read. Skete is the name West has used for Davidson in multiple Instagram posts.
In a follow-up post, West - who shares four children with Kardashian - posted a screenshot of a private text message that he said he received from the reality TV star, warning him that he is "creating a dangerous and scary environment," that could end in harm to Davidson.
"U are creating a dangerous and scary environment and someone will hurt Pete and this will all be your fault," the text read.
It comes after West sent Kardashian a truckload full of red roses on Valentine's Day - despite her very much being in a relationship with Davidson.[[imagecaption|| Credit: Instagram/@kanyewest]]
In a now-deleted post on Instagram, West featured a photo of a pickup truck filled with red roses. He also tagged Kardashian in the post, with the caption: "MY VISION IS KRYSTAL KLEAR."
The truck delivering the flowers also has the same words written on the side of it.
Meanwhile, West revealed his "faith" in getting back together with Kardashian.
The rapper insisted he doesn’t "have beef" with the mother of his four children despite a series of social media posts criticizing her and her boyfriend.[[imagecaption|| Credit: Instagram/@kanyewest]]
Alongside the image of Kardashian, the rapper wrote: "I don’t have beef with Kim I love my family so stop that narrative I'm not giving up on my family I bought this coat for Kim before SNL. I thought it was particularly special.
"I have faith that we‘ll be back together I never had anything against dailymail I got love for everyone in the media and I wish you all the happiness in the world."
He continued: "I speak directly to the media outlets the same way a ball player speaks to the refs the world is our court like a basketball court and the court of public opinion."
"We have a public relationship because we are public figures so to the public and to the press sometimes people call me crazy but to be in love is to be crazy about something and I am crazy about my family. Happy Valentine's," he concluded.