While Kanye West and Kim Kardashian’s divorce took a major step in officially deeming both parties single on Wednesday (March 2), Yeezy still isn’t done publicly tormenting Kim’s new boyfriend Pete Davidson.
Ye and The Game teamed up to release the visual to their January “Eazy” collaboration on Wednesday and the claymation clip currently lives on Kanye’s Instagram page. West, The Game and Eazy-E all look like clay figures straight out of MTV’s Celebrity Deathmatch.
The scene that’s sure to steal headlines is Kanye’s depiction of kidnapping Pete Davidson on the back of his motorcycle with a bag over Kim’s boyfriend’s head and burying the Saturday Night Live star alive.
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.
While Kanye West continues to berate his ex-wife’s new boyfriend, the Chicago legend has seemingly moved on himself on the relationship front. He’s been spotted with Chaney Jones in Miami since February and the two have posted each other together on their social media accounts earlier this week to confirm the rumors.
Watch the “Eazy” video above.