Fans Accuse Kim Kardashian Of Changing Accent To Match Pete Davidson
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People have been accusing Kim Kardashian of changing her voice to sound more like her new boyfriend, Pete Davidson.
Kim's alleged accent change was spotted during a recent episode of The Kardashians, with the 41-year-old adding a hint of comedian Pete's Staten Island accent according to some of those watching.
Have a listen for yourselves below:
The LA-born and raised star was joking about marriage in in episode four of the latest series. Discussing Kourtney and Travis Barker's upcoming wedding with her mum Kris Jenner and their friends Simon Huck and Phil Riportella, Kim said: "To me, a baby you're stuck for life. Marriages come and go."
She then added: "No offense guys," to Simon and Phil who were engaged at the time.
"Take it from me" she continued, referring to her three past marriages, before bursting out laughing.
Finishing up her ruminations on love and marriage, Kim said: "I believe in love, that's why hopefully there will be just one more wedding for me, fourth time's the charm."
All very good, except some people noticed that there was definitely a Staten Island twinge going on in Kim's accent.
Sharing the scene on Reddit and TikTok, one fan wrote: "Kinda cute how Kim has started to sound so much like Pete."
They were met with widespread agreement, with someone else writing: "Her valley girl voice transformed into a middle-aged woman from Staten Island."
A third posted: "WHOSE F**KING VOICE WAS THAT?!?!?! I’m creeped the hell out. Kim needs an exorcism!"
So far, it appears as if all has been going well for Kim and Pete since they started dating in October 2021, despite ex Kanye West's persistent attentions.
In another recent episode of The Kardashians, Kim opened about her former spouse and spoke about how he would vet everything she wore - likening her to Marge Simpson when she decided what to wear without his judgement one time.
Speaking to sister Kourtney Kardashian, the reality star said: "I got to a point where I would ask him for advice for everything down to what I wear.
"Even now I’m having panic attacks like, 'What do I wear?' In New York, he styled me all for SNL. Then for the Wall Street Journal magazine, I won the innovator award for Skims and I was like, 'How do I wear something that hasn’t been pre-vetted first?'
"And then he called me afterwards. He told me my career is over and then he showed me a picture of Marge Simpson wearing something similar."