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Kanye West appears to finally address criticism of having Pete Davidson buried, in “Eazy” music video

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Kanye West appears to finally address criticism of having Pete Davidson buried, in “Eazy” music video

Kanye West subliminally speaks on “Eazy” video backlash

This past week, Kanye West released the music video for his new “Eazy” single. This record featured The Game, and appeared on his new “Donda 2” album. In the visuals for Eazy though, Kanye had a cartoon animation of Pete Davidson being buried, and his head decapitated. Ye also called the “SNL” star “Skete” again, in the video. The caption also read “Everyone lived happily ever after, except Skete.” The end of the video also featured flowers outside of Pete’s head.

On the Eazy record, Kanye also kept the bar, where he said “God saved me from that crash, just so I can beat Pete Davidson’s ass.” Those lyrics drew plenty of criticism online, as well as what Kanye did in the Eazy video. Now, Ye appears to be addressing this backlash, on his Instagram feed.

“Art is therapy just like this view. Art is protected as freedom of speech. Art inspires and simplifies the world. Art is not a proxy for any ill or harm. Any suggestion otherwise about my art is false and mal intended.”

In February, Kanye constantly dissed Pete on Instagram, as he definitely made it known that he wanted Kim Kardashian back, who is still dating Pete. Last week though, a judge finally ruled that Kim and Kanye are each officially legally single, in their divorce. Kim originally filed for divorce from Kanye in February 2021.

Kanye West subliminally speaks on "Eazy" video backlash

Kanye West subliminally speaks on “Eazy” video backlash

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