Thought Kanye West’s last music video against Pete Davidson was odd? He has made yet another to the same exact song. It seems perhaps he didn’t get his point across the first time.
Kanye West’s first music video
Kanye West released a new music video that went along with the song “Eazy.” The video and the song seem to be a direct jab at Pete Davidson – Kim Kardashian’s boyfriend.
One line in the song actually says “God saved me from the crash, just so I can beat Pete Davidson’s a**.”
On top of that, in the video, he kidnaps a Pete Davidson lookalike and buries him in the ground. From there he grows roses out of Pete’s head and puts those roses in the back of a truck. Sound familiar? It’s exactly what Kanye got Kim Kardashian for Valentine’s Day.
The end of the video once again references Pete.
“EVERYONE LIVED HAPPILY EVER AFTER / EXCEPT SKETE YOU KNOW WHO / JK HE’S FINE,” the screen reads.
It seemed that that would be the end of it with the music video. However, it’s quite the opposite. Apparently, one music video against Pete isn’t enough.
The new music video
According to The Sun, Kanye has released a second video to the exact same song. This one is a jab against Pete as well.
During the Pete Davidson line in the song, Kanye shows the figure of someone with the face blurred out. The figure is wearing a shirt that says ‘Skeet’ AKA Kanye’s nickname for Pete Davidson.
It doesn’t end there though. An animated, skinned monkey appears and starts to beat up Pete. Finally, Pete is tackled to the ground.
Overall, it seems this video could once again be taken as a threat just as the first one could. Kim Kardashian has made it clear that she is deeply disturbed by how Kanye West is handling this whole situation. She says that in the future she just wants them to be able to get along.
“She longs for the day when things finally calm down and Kanye accepts the reality of the situation, that she’s moved on and doesn’t want his dram interrupting her as she tries to move on with her life,” a source says.
Hopefully Kanye West will calm down before he gets in serious trouble or before someone gets hurt.
Have you seen either of Kanye West’s music videos against Pete Davidson? Let us know what you thought in the comment below. Be sure to tune into the new Kardashian series on Hulu when it airs on April 14.
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