Kanye West 'Buries' A Fake Pete Davidson In His New Music Video & It's Pretty Disturbing

Ye has a lot of feelings about Kim Kardashian's new man.

Kanye West. Right: A Clip from West's new video "Eazy."
Global Staff Writer

Kanye West. Right: A Clip from West's new video "Eazy."

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Kanye West is not taking his divorce from Kim Kardashian lightly — and he's clearly not happy that she's dating Pete Davidson.

Shortly after a judge declared Kardashian legally single on Wednesday, Ye dropped a new, partially animated music video that appears to show someone burying Davidson and then planting flowers in his head. The video is for "Eazy," The Game's new song with Ye.

The Davidson stuff is all done in claymation, but it's pretty clearly supposed to be him. Kanye even mentions Davidson by name in the song and the captions at the end.

"God saved me from that crash, just so I can beat Pete Davidson's a**," he raps in the song.

In the animation, Ye puts a pillowcase over the fake Pete Davidson's head, ties him to the back of a bike and drives him into the desert, before burying him up to his neck and sprinkling rose seeds on his head. The roses later sprout and West cuts them before loading them into a truck.

He sent a similar truckload of roses to Kardashian's house on Valentine's Day last month.

Kanye can also be seen holding what appears to be a severed head in the video, although it's not the Davidson one.

The video ends with a series of title cards that read, "Everyone lived happily ever after... Except Skete you know who."

"Skete" is the nickname that West has been using to mock Davidson since he started dating his ex.

"JK he's fine," the final card reads.

Page Six reports that Davidson reactivated his Instagram account for less than an hour after the video went live, only to deactivate it once more.

That's led to suggestions that he reactivated just to watch the video.

Meanwhile, many people on social media were freaked out and disturbed by Kanye's revenge fantasy.

"So, we are all going to act like Kanye West didn't just publicly threaten to KIDNAP, DECAPITATE AND DRAG the body of Pete Davidson for dating his now EX-wife? Who told this man that he owned the world like wtf?" user @dreaa_mejj wrote on Twitter.

"This is actually so creepy and disturbing," tweeted another user.

The video had over 3.6 million views on Kanye's Instagram account as of Thursday morning, although it likely won't stay there for long. He frequently deletes his posts, and there were only two posts on his account as of Thursday.

Cata Balzano
Global Staff Writer