DISTURBING! Kanye West, You Don’t Have To Bury Pete Davidson Alive In Your Latest 'EAZY' Video, Internet Says: 'He's CROSSED The Line'-WATCH

Kanye West has now shared an animated music video for his song ‘Eazy’ with The Game, wherein he imagines kidnapping and burying Pete Davidson alive

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DISTURBING! Kanye West, You Don’t Have To Bury Pete Davidson Alive In Your Latest 'EAZY' Video, Internet Says: 'He's CROSSED The Line'-WATCH
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Kanye West has seemingly crossed the line as his one-sided rivalry with Pete Davidson has just taken an alarming turn. 

The rapper has now shared an animated music video for his song ‘Eazy’ with The Game, wherein he imagines kidnapping and burying estranged wife Kim Kardashian’s current boyfriend - Pete Davidson, whom he has been calling out on social media for quite some time now. 


In a recently shared clay motion video, Kanye’s animated character can be seen rapping in the latest monochrome clip while sitting on top of a wooden coffin. Later, his character seen placing sack over the head of a figure resembling Davidson and kidnapping him.

He then ties up Davidson's character and drives to an abandoned region on a 4-wheeler, buries the comic up to his neck and sows rose seeds around his head. The flowers gradually blossom, and Davidson, who is still alive, watches as Ye takes some and puts them into a pickup truck. And this entire sequence has a creepy connection. 


Interestingly, Kanye seems to be referring to this year’s Valentine’s Day when he had sent a truck full of roses to his estranged star wife Kim Kardashian. 

Well, we get it Kanye. But burying Pete won’t solve anything!

Further in the video, Kanye raps, “Rich-a** kids, this ain't yo' mama house/ Climb on your brother's shoulders, get that Top Ramen out/ God saved me from that crash/ Just so I can beat Pete Davidson's a**”.

The final frame of the video sends out a message reading, “EVERYONE LIVED HAPPILY EVER AFTER, EXCEPT SKETE YOU KNOW WHO. JK, HE’S FINE” with the word “SKETE” scratched out.



The latest video for ‘Eazy’ was released hours after Kim Kardashian was declared “legally single” by a court in Las Vegas on Wednesday, March 2. Kanye taking a dig at Pete comes weeks after he took accountability for his actions. 
The song ‘Eazy' was released on January 14 where the Grammy-winning rap legend took a brutal dig at Pete Davidson which he infamously calls as SKETE.  The Game, on the other hand, had taken shots at Kim Kardashian.

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