Just hours after Kim Kardashian was declared legally single in her ongoing divorce with Kanye West, the rapper released a new music video for his song, Eazy. The song was already infamous for its digs at Kardashian's new boyfriend, SNL's Pete Davidson, but the video brought that controversy to the next level.
Two hours after the judge's ruling, West released the video, done entirely in claymation, to his Instagram. Puppets of Ye and featured rapper, the Game, are shown kidnapping Davidson by putting a sack over his head, and tying him to the back of a motorcycle. West raps over the footage,
"We havin' the best divorce ever. / If we go to court, we'll go to court together, / Matter of fact, pick up your sis, we'll go to Kourt's together."
West and the Game then proceed to bury Davidson alive, as West seemingly gets a dig at Kardashian herself. He references the recent controversies between them, where West had called out Kardashian for letting their daughter post on Tik Tok unmonitored, as well as the house West bought across the street from the Kardashian residence.
"The cameras watch the kids, y'all stop takin' the credit. [...] Noncustodial dad, I bought the house next door. / What you think the point of really bein' rich for?"
As West buries Davidson in video, he plants rose seeds on top of his head, picking the flowers and loading them onto a truck in another reference to his relationship with Kardashian. West reportedly sent her a truckload of roses for Valentine's Day, despite being separated at the time. The lyrics over the footage say,
“God saved me from that crash just so I can beat Pete Davidson’s a**.”
The video ends with the message,
“Everyone lived happily ever after… except Skete. JK he's fine."
Kardashian has previously spoken out about how West's social media posts have brought her great "emotional distress". She had just announced, barely hours before the video's release, that she would be dropping West's last name and going forward as only Kardashian.
Davidson, who's kept his Instagram account deactivated, reactivated it after the video's release. He deactivated it again just an hour later. He and Kardashian have yet to make a public comment about the video.
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