While Kanye West and Kim Kardashian’s divorce has recently been finalized, the Chicago emcee continues to call out his estranged wife’s new boyfriend, comedian and SNL cast member, Pete Davidson.
On Wednesday (March 2), Kanye West released the music video to his The Game assisted track “Eazy,” where the emcee addresses his public divorce with Kim Kardashian while violently dissing Pete Davidson. In the music video, a claymation version of Kanye West buries a Davidson look alike, coinciding with his lyrics dissing the comedian.
Davidson is name-dropped on the track when Kanye closes out his assist rapping, “God saved me from that crash just so I could beat Pete Davidson’s ass. “After the animated burial filled with flowers, the black-and-white clip ends with a message threatening the comedian.
“EVERYONE LIVED HAPPILY EVER AFTER/EXCEPT SKETE YOU KNOW WHO/JK HE’S FINE,” the visual’s final message reads.
Kanye West continues to stay busy after dropping his most recent studio album, Donda 2, and hosting his “Donda Live Experience” live listening event in Miami’s LoanDepot Stadium. The live event featured a star-studded list of guest appearances from the likes of, The Game, Migos, 2 Chainz, Fivio Foreign, and Playboi Carti. The show suffered some severe technical difficulties, seemingly causing Ye to throw his mic mid-performance.
In a recent interview, Ye said he actually threw the mic because he was not planning to perform live vocals in the first place, rather grabbing the mic because the promoter insisted.
“It wasn’t about the sound,” said Kanye West. “It was the fact that I was told, one thing I was told was that I had to write the word ‘performance’ on the piece. But what I was giving you guys was performance art. I did these listening sessions when I dropped my album where I put a mask on, and I give you this listening session, and it’s an installation. And they basically forced me to mix Taco Bell and KFC. They basically forced to mix tequila with Cognac. So right when I did the song, and I saw myself grabbing this mic, and it wasn’t my original idea, I was like, ‘I’m gonna throw this mic. Why am I doing this?’”