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Another day, another development in Pete Davidson's love life. Our favorite serial monogamist has reportedly removed his tattoos referencing his nine-month-long relationship with Kim Kardashian, formally laying the romance to rest. RIP!

The comedian had at least four tattoos dedicated to Kardashian, including: "KIM" on his chest, "MY GIRL IS A LAWYER" on his neck, the initials of Kim's four children on his clavicle, and below that, "Aladdin" and "Jasmine," a reference to Saturday Night Live's Aladdin-themed skit that saw Kardashian and Davidson share their very first kiss.

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This isn't the first time Davidson has removed tattoos referencing an ex. Back in 2019, the funnyman covered up his matching tattoo with Ariana Grande — lettering reading "Mille Tendresse," a French phrase meaning "a thousand tendernesses" — with the word Cursed. And in 2020, Davidson revealed that he was in the process of removing more of his ink, including a pair of bunny ears paying homage to the floppy-eared mask that Grande often wore during performances.

Between zapping his skin and going public with his new girlfriend, it's been a busy month for Davidson. Last week, he and Chase Sui Wonders were spotted at kissing and Universal Studios in Hollywood, seemingly confirming their rumored romance.

The Bodies Bodies Bodies co-stars were first photographed together last December, when they attended a Rangers game together — not exactly definitive proof that they're romantically involved. At the time, a representative for the funnyman said that the two were "just friends."

Now, it seems the two have hard-launched their relationship. No word yet on whether Davidson has immortalized the fledging romance in ink.

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