In the midst of a social media tirade against his ex-wife Kim Kardashian and her new boyfriend Pete Davidson, rapper Kanye West has made a bizarre Valentine’s Day gesture, showing that he still hopes to win her back at the end of this.

West has orchestrated elaborate surprises for Kardashian in the past while they were together, including one time where he surprised her with roses placed all along their floor and Kenny G delivering a surprise saxophone performance.

He clearly tried to capture that feeling again, this time by sending her a pickup truck filled with pink and red roses, along with the text “My Vision is Krystal Klear,” misspelled on the side. As he has been for most interactions with Kardashian, West posted the gesture to Instagram with the same caption as was written on the truck.

West has recently split from Julia Fox after a brief relationship together, which may have prompted the since-deleted rants against Kardashian and Davidson. Along with repeating his desire to get his family back together, West taunted Davidson by referring to him frequently as “Skete,” and posted texts he allegedly received from the comedian, where Davidson seemed to assure the rapper he wouldn’t get in the way of his and Kardashian’s children, and “hope one day I can meet them and we can all be friends.” In the caption, West apparently wrote “NO YOU WILL NEVER MEET MY CHILDREN.”

Kardashian has been silent after responding earlier this month to West’s criticisms of her allowing their daughter North West, 8, to post to a joint TikTok account. She and Davidson were seen at several locales in New York the past couple of days to celebrate Valentine’s, and neither responded to any of West’s tirades this weekend. And honestly, who can blame them?

Kardashian first filed for divorce from West almost exactly a year ago in last February 2021. The separation process has been difficult and drawn-out, and Kardashian hinted that West has potentially prolonged it in the final line of her Instagram response to him. It read, “hopefully he can respond to the third attorney he has had in the last year to resolve any issues amicably.”

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