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Pete Davidson receives apology from comedian for a mocking poster

Breaking News Emails Get deleted news alerts and special reports. The news and stories that matter, delivered everyday mornings. SUBSCRIBE Dec. 16, 2018 / 3:55 PM GMT By Janelle Griffith Comedian Michael Rapaport issued an apology to Pete Davidson after being backed by the video and comments he published on Twitter that spoke both "Saturday Night Live "member and Kanye West. At the beginning of Saturday, Rapaport shared several posts on Twitter that encountered Davidson and West, both of whom have been dealing with their struggle against mental health, including the latest challenges. "Pete Davidson & KANYE really do not have Homeboys for real," wrote Rapaport in a tweet, adding that they were "whinny [sic]" and "Social Media Babies." These tweets have since been deleted. On Saturday Rapaport, 48, an actor and comedian to host the podcast "I'm Rapaport", also uploaded videos by him that characterize West and Davidson. Michael Rapaport participates in the Build series to discuss "White Famous" at Build Studio on October 9, 2017 in New York. Chance Yeh / WireImage Rapamp t's remarks came before two entries on Davidson's Instagram account on Saturday. The first referred to West's latest statements about his mental health. "Bravo Kanye West to stand up for yourself and speak to mental health," wrote Davidson. "I can not explain to you how hard and scary it is to be honest about things like this." The second record later in the day made an alarming reference to Davidson's earlier statements about his struggle…

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By Janelle Griffith

Comedian Michael Rapaport issued an apology to Pete Davidson after being backed by the video and comments he published on Twitter that spoke both “Saturday Night Live “member and Kanye West.

At the beginning of Saturday, Rapaport shared several posts on Twitter that encountered Davidson and West, both of whom have been dealing with their struggle against mental health, including the latest challenges.

“Pete Davidson & KANYE really do not have Homeboys for real,” wrote Rapaport in a tweet, adding that they were “whinny [sic]” and “Social Media Babies.” These tweets have since been deleted.

On Saturday Rapaport, 48, an actor and comedian to host the podcast “I’m Rapaport”, also uploaded videos by him that characterize West and Davidson.

Michael Rapaport participates in the Build series to discuss “White Famous” at Build Studio on October 9, 2017 in New York. Chance Yeh / WireImage

Rapamp t’s remarks came before two entries on Davidson’s Instagram account on Saturday. The first referred to West’s latest statements about his mental health.

“Bravo Kanye West to stand up for yourself and speak to mental health,” wrote Davidson. “I can not explain to you how hard and scary it is to be honest about things like this.”

The second record later in the day made an alarming reference to Davidson’s earlier statements about his struggle with suicide tendencies. 19659007] Davidson’s Instagram account was deleted after this post has appeared. A screenshot of the note written up read: “I really do not want to be on earth anymore. I do my best to stay here for you, but I do not really know how much longer I can keep. Everything I’ve ever tried to do was to help people. “

The post called on the police department in New York to conduct a welfare check on Davidson, the agency said.

Rapaport early on Saturday afternoon apologized via Twitter.

“Do not realize that Pete Davidson posted a really really scary IG note. Had no idea if it was not informed about all of these details. Never spit anyone when they really are down. Today’s daily usual gossip and made my daily withdrawal . “

Davidson appeared live on Saturday Night Live this weekend.

West, in a series of tweets that began Thursday afternoon, moved his misconduct with Drake and discussed his mental health, drug use and religion among other things. Drake did not respond to West on Twitter.

On Thursday before the release of her new single with Miley Cyrus, Grande tweeted: “guys, I know that there are adult men who argue online but millions and I release our beautiful new songs tonight so if you can be kind of jus for just a couple of hours so the girls can shine who would be so sick thanks. “

T his West invited to reply:” I know Ariana said that this was cool and not meant no harm but I do not even like the smallest level of small comment from someone I feel love and respect me. “

West added: “All this stupidity weighed on my mental health so @ArianaGrande you know I loved you but until you’re ready to really make sure everyone’s okay do not use me or that this moment to promote a song. “

Grande responded to the West that her first comment was” probably insensitive “.

“With all I have to respect, I do not need to use someone to promote anything,” she wrote. “Period. I only commented on what men did at the time vs. women. It was a joke I understand now was probably insensitive. I apologize if I somehow triggered and hope you’re doing well today.” [19659025] Janelle Griffith

Janelle Griffith is a news reporter for NBC News.

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