Pete Davidson is making his love for Kim Kardashian permanent.
The “SNL” star returned to the stage during his first stand-up show in three years last week. According to Page Six, he was photographed leaving the Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles with a new tattoo on his neck that reads “KNSCP.”
Fans were quick to decipher the meaning of the tat. One theory is that the “K” stands for “Kim,” and the other letters could represent the four kids Kim shares with Kanye West: North, Saint, Chicago, and Psalm.
The word “Aladdin” appears to be inked below that, seemingly referencing the “Jasmine and Aladdin” skit they appeared in together when Kim hosted “SNL” in November.
The new tattoo was not visible when the couple made their red carpet debut at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner in Washington, D.C. on Saturday.
Davidson has several tattoos dedicated to Kim, including one that reads, “My Girl Is A Lawyer.” He also branded his girlfriend’s name on his chest.
“I think my favorite one, it says ‘My Girl Is A Lawyer,’ and that one’s really cute,” Kim told Ellen DeGeneres in March.
Pete’s new tattoo may not sit well with Kim’s ex. During his stand-up set at “Netflix Is A Joke: The Festival,” Pete Davidson addressed his feud with Kanye, joking about the time Ye allegedly told friends that Davidson had AIDS. Davidson said that he believed the rumor because Ye is “a genius.”