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Pete Davidson attends The 2021 Met Gala Celebrating In America: A Lexicon Of Fashion at Metropolitan Museum of Art on September 13, 2021 in New York City.

If you happened to be checking in on Pete Davidson yesterday (March 2) after Kanye dropped his “Eazy” music video burying an animated version of the Saturday Night Live star alive, you’d have seen he reactivated his Instagram.

Pete’s account was active for less than an hour before he deactivated it once again. Screenshots captured by fan accounts show Davidson’s account remained the same as before: with one video post on his feed and a YouTube link in his bio.

Davidson’s decision to briefly reactivate his account follows a judge’s decision to declare Kim Kardashian legally single as she continues her divorce from West. Kardashian, 41, appeared at the hearing via video conference and seemed happy, according to reports. She will drop the last name “West” and return to being known as “Kim Kardashian.”

Kanye’s attorney Samantha Spector, who attended the court hearing on behalf of the rapper said that Ye was “always in support of the divorce only if Kim satisfied the procedural requirements to protect rights under the California law.” Per his attorney’s statement, “Ye is focusing his entire attention to their children.” The former couple share kids North, 8, Saint, 6, Chicago, 4, and Psalm, 2. Meanwhile, Kim and Ye’s divorce proceedings continue, with a hearing next scheduled for August 5.

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