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Kanye West Shares Disturbing Music Video Of Him Killing And Burying Pete Davidson

Kanye West Shares Disturbing Music Video Of Him Killing And Burying Pete Davidson

The song is titled 'Eazy' and features The Game

Kanye West has shared a disturbing music video which shows him burying what looks to be Kim Kardashian's boyfriend, Pete Davidson.

As we all know, Kardashian has been dating comedian Davidson in recent months a year on from filing for divorce from the rapper, and Kanye - who has legally changed his name to Ye - has made it public that he isn't at all happy with the situation.

However, fans are slightly concerned with the new music video for his new track 'Eazy', featuring The Game, where he's seen in cartoon-form chucking a bag over Davidson's head and kidnapping him on the back of a motorcycle.

Pete then gets buried in the ground with only his head poking out.

In the video, Ye chucks rose seeds over the top of the comedian's head and later you see the flowers have bloomed over him.

The music clip ends with a text scene that says 'everyone lives happily (which was circled) ever after' and 'except for Skete you know who'.

It ends with 'jk he's fine'.


Skete is the nickname Kanye has been using since rumours started spreading that Davidson and Kardashian were dating.

In the actual song, the rapper also appears to diss the Saturday Night Live host as he says: "God saved me from that crash.

"Just so I can beat Pete Davidson's a** (Who?)"

Kanye also raps about Julia Fox, who he briefly dated, adding: "And my new b***h bad, I know Illuminati mad."


Quite understandably, fans have been left pretty confused by the clip, with one person saying: "Kanye is obsessed with Pete like Pusha was with Drake."

Another added: "I truly believe kanye is capable of doing something to pete… it’s getting weird."

A third wrote: "This is all types of terrifying. How is his management allowing him to do this s**t."

Perhaps coincidentally, the music video dropped dropped on the same day that Kardashian was declared as legally single.

She appeared in a court via video link while Kanye was only represented by his lawyer, who didn't object to the official ruling.

Los Angeles County Judge Cochran asked: “It is my understanding there is no opposition (to your petition), so it is granted."

Kim replied: “Thank you so much."


In a declaration filed to authorities last week, the 41-year-old reality TV star and businesswoman said: “I very much desire to be divorced."

Kardashian added: “I have asked Kanye to keep our divorce private, but he has not done so.

“I believe that the court terminating our marital status will help Kanye to accept that our marital relationship is over and to move forward on a better path which will assist us in peacefully co-parenting our children.”

The ruling now allows the 41-year-old to drop 'West' from her name and she can now revert to being formally known as Kim Kardashian.

Featured Image Credit: Alamy

Topics: Kanye West, Kim Kardashian