Kanye West previously portrayed the sculpted clay version of Pete Davidson being kidnapped and buried alive in the official music video for Eazy.
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Kanye West doubled down on his attacks against Pete Davidson in the second music video for his track Eazy.
The rapper previously portrayed a clay version of Pete – or Skete, as Kanye nicknamed him – kidnapped and buried alive in the song’s official music video.
And now, another version of the video – featuring The Game – has been released and features an animated version of the Saturday Night Live comedian.
In the clip, The Game jumps on a wrecked car while Kanye jumps on the ground next to it.
An ambulance can be seen flashing lights behind them while the skinned monkey used in the song’s cover art engages in a fight with Pete.
Pete’s face is highlighted but he wears a sweater with the nickname ‘Skete’ embroidered on it.
The weird brawl ensued as Kanye rapped, “God saved me from that bump / Just so I could beat Pete Davidson.”
The monkey skins, Ye and The Game then drive away.
Considering Pete was buried alive in the original music video, this pixelated version is lightweight.
At the end of the first clip, a frame appears with some final words.
“EVERYONE LIVES HAPPY AFTER, EXCEPT SKETE YOU KNOW. JK, HE’S FINE, “reads the last frame, with the word “SKETE” crossed out.
Ex-wife Kim Kardashian – who recently became legally single – has been dating Pete for a few months.
Meanwhile, Ye has been dating Julia Fox and model Chaney Jones.
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Kanye has made it very clear his hatred for the King of Staten Island actor and even previously called him a ‘idiot’.
Sources close to Kim recently revealed that she is ‘angry’ over disturbing music videos.
“Kim thought it was way too violent and very upsetting,” a source said EVERYONE.
“She was really upset with Kanye that he was going to do this. She was completely over all of this and she wanted it to stop.”
The source also claimed that Kim couldn’t understand how Kanye could agree to such a ‘violent’ post but complained about her letting their 8-year-old daughter North have a TikTok account.
Following the backlash, the original video was removed from Kanye’s Instagram page.
Kim and Kanye are sharing custody of their children North, Chicago, four, Saint, six, and Psalm, two.
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https://www.mirror.co.uk/3am/celebrity-news/kanye-west-attacks-pete-davidson-26438287 Kanye West attacks Pete Davidson again in second music video - and Kim 'angry'