Kanye West Believes Tom Brady “Must Hate” Pete Davidson For THIS Reason

Tom Brady unexpectedly responded to Kanye West’s post of investor Andreessen Horowitz with his nod of approval.

The newest celebrity to be included in Kanye West’s ongoing Instagram tirades is Tom Brady, but this time it was on purpose.  The 45-year-old NFL player responded to Ye’s remarks after the rapper shared a picture of Silicon Valley financier Andreessen Horowitz. A screenshot of a Horowitz photo was posted by Kanye along with the caption, “The only VC I like and Cyrus”  “Andreessen Horowitz,” Tom answered, adding three “100” emojis as a slang symbol for “absolutely” and “perfect.”

Kanye Reacts To Reply By Brady

The “Flashing Lights” rapper shouted out the Super Bowl champion in a subsequent post, accompanied with a screenshot of Brady’s remark, as if he was overjoyed to get his notice. 

The Chicagoan wrote, “Tom Brady in the comments it’s up,” and then oddly connected Tom’s remark to his own ongoing spat with Kim Kardashian’s ex-boyfriend Pete Davidson. Kanye followed up by saying, “He must hate Skete tooooo,” referring to Pete as “Skete.” After a nine-month relationship, Kim and Pete broke up in August.

Kanye continued his ongoing tirade by directing the remainder of his post towards Pete and Pete’s buddy (and one-time friend of Kanye’s), Kid Cudi. Pete’s KNSCP tattoo, which stands for Kim and her four children with Ye (North, 9, Psalm, 3, Chicago, 4, and Saint, 6), was singled out by the rapper.

“Hi North I’m Skete Look at my Tattooooos I’m a pawn sent here to antagonize your dad in hopes that he’ll do something illegal so we can take him out of your life,” Kanye wrote. “hi Saint Look at my tattoo I tatted your name on my body,” he went on, before adding, “I also have a Kid Cudi tattoo but nobody knows who he is I was like He worked at the Bape store selling Daniel Cherry hats to tourist.”

Given that Tom just received $170 million for his NFT platform Autograph, it appears that he has a commercial tie with Andreessen Horowitz. The company’s inaugural fundraising round was led by Horowitz and Kleiner Perkins. Its goal is to sell digital replicas of celebrity athlete goods on the blockchain market. In 2021, Brady himself introduced the first-ever NFT line, which, thanks to his fame, sold out in a matter of minutes.


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