By now we all know Kanye West is not the biggest fan of Pete Davidson. There have been a series of social media posts in the past that have expressed Ye’s disapproval of Pete’s relationship with Kim Kardashian. However, now there is an illustration that may express some of those feelings.
On Wednesday, The Game and Kanye released the official music video for their latest collaboration, “Eazy.” As we previously reported, the track instantly caught everyone’s attention when it was first released back in January after everyone heard Kanye rap, “God saved me from the crash, just so I can beat Pete Davidson’s a**.”
In the video, once Kanye’s verse appears, there is an animated character that appears to be Pete Davidson. The character has a bag placed over its head and is then taken away on the back of a motorcycle. The character is then dragged through the dirt, and buried with its head sticking up from the ground as roses are planted surrounding the character’s head.
The video then ends with the message, “Everyone lived happily ever after. Except (Skete, which is the name Kanye calls Pete) you know who. Jk, he’s fine.”
Check out the full music video below:
The release of the video came shortly after a judge declared Kim Kardashian single after their set court date.
As previously mentioned, Kim Kardashian filed documents, not once, but twice, asking a judge to declare her legally single as she expressed that she wanted out of her marriage. Although the divorce has not been finalized, Kim recieved her wish, and she is now legally single.
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