Christina Ricci at the MOCA New 30th Anniversary Gala, MOCA Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, CA. 11-14-09 (Shutterstock)
By Brenton Blanchet, Complex
The artist formerly known as Kanye West has seen backlash over the last few weeks over how he’s handled his divorce with Kim Kardashian, with some more notable remarks coming from comedian D.L. Hughley. And on Saturday, another star took to Instagram to share their thoughts on his comments, and social media usage, pertaining to his now ex-wife.
Christina Ricci, known for her performances as Wednesday Addams in ‘90s iterations of The Addams Family, called out Ye on her Instagram stories this week when she accused him of “post separation abuse” against Kardashian, per HotNewHipHop.
Sharing a headline about Ye’s video for “Eazy,” and his claymation depiction of him burying Kim’s now-Instagram official boyfriend Pete Davidson with flowers, Ricci wrote that “it’s happening to one of the most famous, wealthiest, powerful women in the world.”
“Harassment, threats, public humiliation, it’s all there,” she wrote.
Ye’s ongoing slights toward Davidson began with some Instagram memes and a public diss on “Eazy,” when Ye rapped that “God saved me from that crash just so I can beat Pete Davidson’s ass,” referring to his October 2002 car accident which left his mouth wired shut. Since then, the beef has been relatively one-sided, with Ye eventually cutting his ties with longtime collaborator and friend Kid Cudi over his relationship with “you know who.” Davidson has yet to comment on the situation publicly.
Just this week, Kardashian posted her first photos with Davidson to Instagram, featuring the caption “Whose car are we gonna take.” You can view those here.