Kim Kardashian ‘unfollows Miley Cyrus’ after flirty performance with Pete Davidson

Kim Kardashian ‘unfollows Miley Cyrus’ after flirty performance with Pete Davidson

Kim Kardashian seems to have unfollowed Miley Cyrus on Instagram - following the singer’s flirty performance with her boyfriend Pete Davidson.

A fan page dedicated to Cyrus said on Tuesday that Kardashian was following Cyrus on the social media site on 10 December. Yet, the next day, that appeared to no longer be the case.

That was the date on which Cyrus jokingly serenaded Davidson on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, singing Yvonne Fair’s song “It Should Have Been Me”.

At one stage, she went from the stage to the sofa where Davidson was sat, singing: “All I know is that it should have been me. Pete, how did you do this to me?”

Some fans thought Cyrus was referencing her friend Davidson’s relationship with reality star and businesswoman Kardashian, whom he has been dating since October 2021.

Page Six reported that Cyrus visited Davidson’s Staten Island following the Tonight Show appearance.

Cyrus co-hosted the live New Year’s Eve special with Davidson while Kardashian saw in 2022 with her children in Los Angeles.

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After the New Year’s Eve festivities, Kardashian and Davidson got together this week to fly to the Bahamas via private jet.

Kardashian and Davidson, first sparked dating rumours following her Saturday Night Live! appearance in October.

Since that time, the pair have been seen on dates in his home borough of Staten Island in New York City.

And while it seems like the pair have a blossoming romance, some fans were kinda into the idea of a Pete and Miley pairing...

They also celebrated Davidson’s birthday at her home in Palm Springs, California.

Kardashian filed for divorce from her estranged husband Kanye West (Ye) in February 2021, who recently bought a house near Kardashian,  is said to be seeing Julia Fox.

Indy100 reached out to representatives for Kardashian, Cyrus and Davidson.

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