Photos of Saturday Night Live comedian Pete Davidson leaving his Netflix Is a Joke festival stand-up set with his girlfriend Kim Kardashian have fans speculating about some new tattoos on his neck, which seem to be a reference to the Kardashians star. The pictures were taken as they left the Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles and slid into a car together, trying to hide their faces from the paparazzi photographers at the scene.
The images were posted across social media and seem to show two new simple line tattoos just above Davidson’s shirt collar, one that reads “Aladdin” and another that that reads “KNSCP.”
Fans are now speculating that the former tattoo is referring to a sketch he did with Kardashian when she hosted Saturday Night Live in 2021 shortly before they started dating. In the sketch, Davidson and Kardashian played Aladdin and Jasmine, respectively, even sharing an onscreen kiss. The other tattoo is supposedly the initials of Kim Kardashian and her four children, North, Saint, Chicago, and Psalm, who she shares with her ex-husband Kanye West. The images, however, are fairly blurry and that is purely conjecture.
If these tattoos are references to his relationship with Kardashian, things are definitely getting serious. Though he has gotten other tattoos about her, adding her kids to the connection indicates a deeper level of intimacy.
More definitive proof of their growing relationship this weekend is that Davidson and Kardashian made their red carpet debut together at the 2022 White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner. Davidson wore black Vans and a Prada suit, while Kardashian posed beside him in a shimmering silver Balenciaga Couture dress with Lorraine Schwartz jewelry.
Kardashian’s sleeveless dress hugged her figure and featured a mock turtle neck and a small train that pooled around her feet. The couple was smiling and flirting with one another, with Davidson whispering in her ear as they stopped for the cameras this time.
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