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Kanye West's new Eazy music video features Pete Davidson lookalike being BEATEN by a skinned monkey amid nasty feud

KANYE West released a second music video for the track Eazy featuring a Pete Davidson lookalike being BEATEN by a skinned monkey amid their ongoing feud.

The rapper's first video for the song targeted his ex Kim Kardashian's new beau in which he kills, kidnaps, and buries Pete.

Kanye again expressed his feelings towards the comedian in a follow-up animated video where he acted out his lyrics in a violent scene.

In the song, the 44-year-old raps: "God saved me from the crash, just so I can beat Pete Davidson's a**."

At this point in the song, a figure who is seemingly playing the part as Pete, 28, appears on screen with their face blurred out.

The imitation is sporting a hoodie that says "SKETE" across the front – which Kanye has referenced the comic as in his numerous online rants.

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The scene continues with the mock-up of Pete being beaten up by an animated skinned monkey and tackled to the ground.

The brutal encounter is similar to what played out on Kanye's first music video released earlier this month.

The video is a clay animation showing a cartoon version of the actor being buried alive by Kanye.

Kanye's character then drags a lifeless body that is tied up by ropes with a bag over the head.

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Once Kanye pulls off the bag, Pete's face is revealed as the rapper sprinkles rose seeds over his head.

Later in the video, the Saturday Night Live star has roses coming from his head.

The flowers are then loaded into the back of a pickup truck.

The use of flowers is likely a nod to the the truckload of roses that Kanye sent Kim for Valentine's Day this year.

The music video ends by making one final jab at Pete.

Text onscreen read: "EVERYONE LIVED HAPPILY EVER AFTER / EXCEPT SKETE YOU KNOW WHO / JK HE'S FINE," again referencing Kanye's nickname for his ex-wife's new man.

Eazy- which features The Game- was released back in January.


The video dropped the same day that Kim, 41, was declared legally single after a months-long battle with her ex.

The hitmaker was not present in the courtroom, though Kim dialed in via video conferencing, according to TMZ.

According to the outlet, Kanye's lawyer did not object to restoring Kim's single status.

However, the lawyer revealed Kanye had three conditions.

The judge granted the first condition, which was that "any right to get reimbursement of money was intended to be divided up will be preserved in case either of them dies."

The second condition – which the judge rejected – was that the reality star would not transfer any assets she had in trust.

Additionally, if Kim remarries Kanye wants her to waive the "marital privilege"- meaning that a new spouse would not have to testify about communications he had with her.  

The judge also denied the rapper's final condition.

A source close to Kanye told TMZ that he wanted the divorce to be granted.  


Kanye's public attacks on Kim's new boyfriend, however, has concerned the reality star as she fears Pete will eventually get scared off.

“As confident a woman as Kim is, she’s still human and so she has her insecurities when it comes to relationships, just like everybody else,” a source recently told HollywoodLife.

“Kim is really falling for Pete in so many ways. She sees what a good heart he has, he makes her laugh, he supports her.

"Pete really is what Kim has been looking for in a man, but she has her concerns that maybe all of this drama with Kanye will push him away or even scare him off.”

Back in January, Kanye leaked texts allegedly from Kim in which she begged him to stop causing drama.

The text read: "U are creating a dangerous and scary environment and someone will hurt Pete and this will all be your fault."


Pete, however, seems to be sticking around as Kim promised viewers that they will learn how their relationship came to be in the family's new Hulu series.

She said she'll open up about how they met, “who reached out to who and how it happened and all the details that everyone wants to know.”

Kanye reportedly plays a large part in the premiere episode as well, which comes out April 14, though the TV star insists she won't be talking badly about him.

“Being in the public eye and having disagreements publicly is never easy.

“But I do believe in handling it all privately. I believe in championing publicly and criticizing privately. 

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“I don’t think I would ever criticize the father of my children on my TV show."

The former couple share four children together: North, eight, Saint, six, Chicago, four, and Psalm, two.

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