Kim Kardashian fans think she’s changing her voice to sound like boyfriend Pete Davidson

By Alma Fabiani

Published May 18, 2022 at 11:56 AM

Reading time: 1 minute

Though Kim Kardashian, 41, and Pete Davidson, 28, have been (officially) dating since October 2021, their relationship has only recently been teased on the new Hulu and Disney+ produced reality TV show following the iconic family, The Kardashians.

Ever since the fourth episode of the show aired on 5 May, fans have been debating whether Kim’s voice has changed since she started dating Davidson. In a now-viral clip from the show, the media personality is heard jokingly saying, “Marriages come and go.”

Kardashian goes on to make fun of her own failed marriages and even hints she’d like her next one to be the last.

The debate surrounding her potential voice change all started when a user shared the clip on Reddit along with the caption, “Kinda cute how Kim has started to sound so much like Pete.”

https://www.tiktok.com/@kardashianqoute/video/7095378381893651717

In the comments section, fans were quick to discuss whether Kardashian had a new East coast, Staten Island-inspired accent. One Reddit user even wrote: “Her valley girl voice [has] transformed into a middle-aged woman from Staten Island.”

Another fan attempted to transcribe Kardashian’s quote in what they perceived to be a ‘new’ accent: “NO OFFENCE GUYS HEUHHEUHEU TAKE IT FROM ME HEUHEUHEUHEU.”

A third fan wrote, “Lmfao she is sounding like the late great Big Ang from Mob Wives,” and another user went as far as to blame Kardashian’s mother Kris for this sudden change: “I just see pure Kris Jenner in this hahaha.”

While those fans seem to mostly agree on the fact that the reality TV star might be changing some parts of her personality due to her relationship with Davidson, others seem to think she might finally feel comfortable enough to really be herself. Either way, we’re liking this chilled version of you, Kim.

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