Kanye West Escalates Beef With Pete Davidson, Releases Disturbing Video Where He Kidnaps And Buries Him

'Eazy' Music Video: Kanye West Kidnaps And Buries Pete Davidson

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  • Kanye West has released a music video for his new song “Eazy.”
  • The disturbing video depicts Kanye kidnapping and burying Pete Davidson.
  • West has been ceaselessly beefing with Davidson ever since he began dating Kim Kardashian.

Kanye West’s one-sided beef with Saturday Night Live star Pete Davidson has once again been escalated as the 44-year-old newly divorced rapper released a music video for his song “Eazy” which depicts a cartoon version of Davidson being kidnapped and buried.

“God saved me from that crash/ just so I can beat Pete Davidson’s ass,” Ye raps in the song, which was first released in January.

The video qualifies as yet another disturbing threat that West has made against Davidson, who is dating West’s ex-wife Kim Kardashian, in recent months. Despite the fact that West had previously “apologized” for harassing Kardashian and her new boyfriend, his actions haven’t indicated that he plans on changing as he has continued to escalate the drama between him and Davidson.

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West’s threats are certainly impacting Davidson — or as Ye calls him on social media, usually in all caps, “SKETE” — as the 28-year-old Staten Island native reportedly hired more security in recent months.

To Davidson’s credit, the comedian has yet to engage with West’s outburst and hasn’t made any public comments about the increasingly erratic rapper.

West’s antics conveniently come as he releases his latest album, Donda 2.  Donda 2, which follows the release of August 2021’s Donda, is available exclusively on West’s Stem Player service, his latest hustle.

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