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Following the massive criticism over his new music video for his track, which depicts violence against his ex Kim Kardashian's boyfriend Pete Davidson, the 44-year-old rapper took to Instagram to explain his vision.


"Art is therapy just like this view," Ye wrote on March 6. "Art is protected as freedom of speech. Art inspires and simplifies the world. Art is not a proxy for any ill or harm."

He added, "Any suggestion otherwise about my art is false and mal intended."

West, who is in the midst of a divorce from Kardashian, released the controversial animated music video last week. The footage shows a claymation figure of Davidson being kidnapped, tied up, and buried alive. The song, released in January, includes the lyrics,

"God saved me from that crash just so I can beat Pete Davidson's ass."

At the end of the video, the words, "EVERYONE LIVED HAPPILY EVER AFTER / EXCEPT SKETE YOU KNOW WHO / JK HE'S FINE," appear, referring to the rapper's derogatory nickname for the 28-year-old Saturday Night Live star.

The music video dropped just a few hours after a judge declared the Kardashians star legally single on March 2. After the motion was granted, Kardashian, who shares kids North, 8; Saint, 6; Chicago, 4; and Psalm, 2, with West, made some adjustments to her social media accounts by removing West from her Twitter and Instagram profiles.

West has not taken the split well. In recent weeks, in addition to making the "Eazy" video, he has insulted Davidson on social media while reiterating his wish to keep his family together. In an Instagram post on March 4, the rapper shared a piece of poetry that depicts how divorce feels in his eyes.

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