The footage comes after his estranged wife's plea to be deemed legally single was granted by the court.
In a disturbing new music video for his song “Eazy,” featuring fellow rapper The Game, Kanye West takes another jab at his estranged wife‘s new partner by burying a Pete Davidson clone alive.
The Grammy Winner used clay animation to depict the 28-year-old abducted, bound up, and buried alive in a sequence of brutal portrayals. He is also pictured perched on top of a lawn after planting roses around the comedian.
His new video was released only hours after Kim Kardashian was proclaimed legally single by a court and was granted a plea to regain her maiden name.
‘Ye’ hasn’t stopped giving Kim’s boyfriend non-subtle messages. Another shot at Pete appears in the video’s last three frames. “EVERYONE LIVED HAPPILY EVER AFTER, EXCEPT SKETE YOU KNOW WHO. JK, HE’S FINE.” read the last frame, with the word “SKETE” scribbled out.
People went to social media to protest West’s choice of visuals to represent Davidson’s death, as well as the message he’s conveying with the video, recommending that both seek restraining orders against him.
He hasn’t been shy about sharing disturbing photographs of Davidson, who has been connected to Kardashian since October. On social media and in the press, the Donda rapper started a series of strikes on social media. He posted screenshots of texts from both Kardashian and Davidson, as well as memes with nasty sentiments.
“Pete thinks it’s totally hilarious,” a source told Page Six back in January. “Not just that — he thinks the whole [tabloid drama with him, West and Kardashian] is hilarious. He loves it.”
Reactions to Kanye West Causes Controversy After Releasing 'Disturbing' Video Burying Cartoon Pete Davidson Alive
So Kanye West is absolutely going to murder Pete Davidson, right?— Sara💥 (@SaraSplosion) March 3, 2022
have u guys seen the eazy kanye west music video it is disturbing af😭 i hope pete has a lot of security guards cos he needs extra at this point— emily ❀ | life support (@positionsxari) March 3, 2022