Kanye West’s beef with Pete Davidson has reached a new level that many are finding quite disturbing.
In a new video clip posted on Instagram for the DONDA’s rappers' latest track “Eazy,” featuring The Game, West is seen kidnapping a claymation of a man’s head that looks eerily similar to Davidson, who is dating his ex-wife Kim Kardashian.
West puts a bag over the man’s head in the video, ties him to the back of his bike, drags him through the dirt, buries him and then plants roses on his head.
Near the end of the clip, text on the screen reads: “Everyone lived happily ever after except you know who,” with the word “Skete” — the nickname the “Moon” artist has used several times to refer to Davidson — crossed out.
The creepy visual then wraps with the words: “JK He’s Fine.”
Watch the clip below:
Black Twitter also responded to the video. See below:
BET previously reported back in January, that West first dropped the song “Eazy” amid the headlining news that his ex-wife was dating Davidson. Lyrics in the track also made the news when listeners heard a line directed at Davidson, “God saved me from that crash/Just so I can beat Pete Davidson’s a**.”
It’s unclear if West was involved in the creation of the “Eazy” video clip.
In other news, a judge restored Kim Kardashian's relationship status to single during a divorce hearing on Wednesday (Mar. 2).