Kanye West isn’t done with Pete Davidson yet. After abducting and burying the “SNL” comedian alive in the controversial video for “Eazy,” Ye released a second animated image in collaboration with The Game. Less violent than the original.
The new clip finds Kanye West surrounded by a group of skinned monkeys (such as the “Eazy” cover image). He brings the lyrics to life in the CGI clip, which depicts a wild monkey attacking someone who looks like Kim Kardashian‘s boyfriend with a blurry face and wearing a “Skete” hoodie.
“God saved me from that accident / Just to beat Pete Davidson‘s ass,” the bloody creature knocks Davidson to the ground before beating him (2:35 p.m.).
In response to the original video showing Davidson‘s murder, Ye defended his art. “Art is therapy, just like this landscape. Art is protected as freedom of expression,” he wrote on Instagram. “Art inspires and simplifies the world. Art is not a proxy for any evil or harm. Otherwise any suggestion regarding my art is wrong and is for property purposes.”
Kanye West doesn’t seem to care about Pete’s attitude
Looks like Davidson doesn’t care. According to one report, he finds Ye’s portrayal of him “hysterical.” A source told “Entertainment Tonight”
“All this made him almost proud, because it’s ridiculous for him,” she said.
Meanwhile, Kim Kardashian plans to share her relationship with Davidson for the first time on the new Hulu reality series “The Kardashians,” which airs April 14. He tells Variety that viewers will see “how we met and who and how it happened, and all the details that everyone wants to know.”