Pete Davidson has removed all his tattoos dedicated to Kim Kardashian
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Pete Davidson has officially removed the tattoos that he had dedicated to Kim Kardashian months after their split.
The Saturday Night Live alum and celeb dater extraordinaire got multiple tattoos in honour of his ex-girlfriend, including a genuine branding - which will definitely be a little tougher to remove - but the couple recently called it off after nine months.
When he was dating the Kardashians star, Pete got one tattoo on his collarbone that read: 'My Girl Is A Lawyer' and another on his neck that was reportedly dedicated to Kim's kids North, Saint, Chicago, and Psalm, whom she shares with her ex-husband Kanye West.
He also had a 'Jasmine and Aladdin' tatt on his collarbone, seemingly to commemorate his first kiss with Kim during an SNL skit, that is no nowhere to be seen.
Kim even revealed that, to stand out from the other women that Pete has gotten tattoos for in the past, he got her name branded across his chest.
Speaking to Ellen Degeneres about the branding back in March, Kim explained: "I just think he was like, 'I want something that's there that I can't get rid of, [like] my tattoos.'
“He's in the process of getting rid of his arm tats and his neck tats.
"He's like, 'I don't want to be able to get rid of it or to cover it up. I just want it there as a scar on me.'"
There's no way Pete can get that branding removed like his other Kim tributes, but he does seem to have covered it up with another tattoo.
That genius way for Kim to stand out from Pete's ex's, to be fair, since she's certainly not the only girl who he's had tattoos done for.
For a time, Pete had some body art dedicated to Cazzie David, Larry David's daughter, who he dated from 2016 to 2018, on his ring finger and his arm.
The King of Staten Island star quickly covered all that up when he started dating pop star Ariana Grande, and subsequently got some ink dedicated to her instead.
Not only did he have a tattoo of her iconic 'Dangerous Woman' bunny ears on his neck, but he got her initials on his thumb, her surname written on his ribs, and a quote from one of her favourite films Breakfast At Tiffany's on his neck - all of which have since been covered up or removed.
Will Chase Sui Wonders be the next to get her own semi-permanent tribute on Pete Davidson's skin? Or will he finally pack it in and save his next tattoo for marriage?
Watch this space.