PETE Davidson briefly returned to Instagram hours after Kanye West debuted the violent music video for his song Eazy.
The Chicago rapper has been attacking Kim Kardashian's new beau on social media for weeks, calling him a "d**khead" in a post.
Pete, 28, reactivated his Twitter account on Wednesday.
He reactivated the account, which brought back the one and only post he shared before his previous deactivation.
The comic posted a video, which showed a screen playing a skit from the NBC sketch comedy show.
While it appeared the Staten Island native had decided to return to social media, Pete deleted the account again roughly 20 minutes after it resurfaced.
Pete didn't make any posts, or explain either his decision to return or deactivate again.
His return to Instagram came after Kanye, 44, debuted the music video for his song Eazy, which showed a claymation Pete being kidnapped and buried.
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Neither Kim nor her latest love interest addressed the violent video.
On Eazy, Kanye raps: "God saved me from the crash, just so I can beat Pete Davidson's a**," and, as the lyrics were said, the animation in his new music video showed a cartoon version of Pete being "buried alive by Kanye," according to TMZ.
The video was released the very day that Kim, 41, was finally declared legally single, despite Ye's hiring of a new lawyer, Samantha Spector, one day before the court case.
The duo reportedly signed a prenup agreement a couple of months prior to their May 2014 wedding and have been going back and forth over the validity of the document, which Ye wants to be discarded.
Kim has slammed Kanye for his constant public bashing of their private lives, particularly her parenting.
Pete took a years long hiatus from Instagram before resurfacing last month.
He went days without making a post, leaving fans wondering when he would share something and what it might be.
The King of Staten Island star only shared one post before he deleted the account, taking yet another break from social media.
Kanye took credit for Pete's decision to leave Instagram, boasting that he "ran Skete of the gram."
The rapper posted a screengrab of the empty profile of the Saturday Night Live star’s Instagram, which was captioned: "No posts yet."
He continued mocking him: "Tell your mother I changed your name for life."
While Kanye took credit for Pete’s exit, a source recently told Entertainment Tonight that the TV star deleted his account to show his support for Kim amid her ongoing divorce from Kanye.
The insider alleged: “Pete has been supportive of Kim and they are staying positive about their relationship and enjoying how things are going.
"Pete doesn't want to be involved in the drama so he deleted his Instagram account."
Shortly after Pete deleted his account the first time, another insider told Page Six that his absence from Instagram had nothing to do with Kim's former husband.
The source said: “Pete deleted his IG because immediately after his first post he started receiving a flood of messages, both positive and negative, reminding him why he didn’t want social media to begin with.
“[Pete] is in the middle of several big film projects and wants to continue to stay very focused on his work and the positive things happening in his life.
“Kanye didn’t drive Pete off social media.”
Kanye also called Pete a "d**khead," accused him of "destroying" their family and threatened to "beat his a**."
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