Kim Kardashian accused of 'FAKING' raunchy scene with Pete Davidson after fans spot 'tell-tale signs' in Hulu trailer | The Sun

KIM Kardashian has been accused of faking a raunchy scene with Pete Davidson in a trailer for the second season of her Hulu show.

In the teaser, she suggests having a shower with Pete, who drops his phone and dramatically runs after her.

The Kardashians star, 41, said to Pete, 28: "Babe, do you want to shower with me really quick?"

Pete did not hesitate as he replied: "Okay!"

The Suicide Squad actor then threw his cell into the air, hopped after Kim and followed her to the next room as she appeared to get undressed.

Viewers were unconvinced by the exchange, claiming it felt like Kim was "acting" and that Pete's reaction was too over-the-top.

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Critics also questioned how much actual chemistry the couple had, branding the scene too "forced".

One wrote on Reddit: "This scene is just so corny, I’m sorry. It doesn’t seem genuine or real.

"That’s not to say I don’t think they’re genuinely dating, but this scene seems so forced. Like, 'Look at us everyone, we have sex! Isn’t Pete so lucky??' Yawn."

Another added: "So scripted and fake. 'Babe…'"

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A third posted: "This really looks like an acting scene for him..of course in front of cameras rolling he would 'drop' his phone and pack of cigs. It’s too calculated."

Yet another user commented: "Kim is giving the same acting performance as the beginning of a porno. Just absolutely cringe."

This isn't the first time Kim has been accused of acting on The Kardashians.


She was previously accused of "faking" her son Saint finding out about her 2007 sex tape on Roblox.

The 41-year-old rang Kanye West in tears after their six-year-old reportedly saw a pop-up ad about Kim's tape.

Kim told Kanye on the phone: “He started laughing and was like, ‘Mommy, look and it was a picture of my cry face.' I almost died when Saint thought it was funny.'"

She added in a confessional: “It was clickbait insinuating that if you click on it, there was going to be a new sex tape coming out."

“Had my son been a little bit older and been able to read, I would have been mortified. But I died inside.

“Kanye was like, listen you have the power, nothing will cancel you. Stop worrying about the public perception. you know who you are."

Viewers claimed the scene was clearly "staged", with one writing: "Sooo Saint seeing that on Roblox at their very first filmed scene is absolutely planned/staged, right?"


Meanwhile, in April, the Kardashians were caught out reshooting a scene where they prepared for Travis Barker's surprise engagement to Kourtney.

In the scene, Kris Jenner broke down in tears as Travis Barker read her his upcoming proposal speech to Kourtney.

The moment was presumed to have been filmed in October 2021, since that is when Travis and Kourtney got engaged.

Minutes later, Kris rang her daughters Kim and Kylie to tell them that Travis and Kourtney's engagement party was still going ahead.

However, eagle-eyed viewers noticed that their contact names were all listed in 2022 – months after the proposal took place.

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Kim was listed as "Kimbo 2022," while Kylie was called "Kylie New New 2022".

During the scene, the girls – who were on speakerphone – shared their excitement at the seemingly upcoming party.

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