Kanye West leaves fans in shock after decapitating and burying 'Pete Davidson' in music video 2 months ago

Kanye West leaves fans in shock after decapitating and burying 'Pete Davidson' in music video

The end slide reads- 'EVERYONE LIVED HAPPILY EVER AFTER'

Amid continued tensions between him and his ex Kim Kardashian, Kanye West is seen burying an animated Pete Davidson alive in his new music video.

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Releasing the video for his new single "Eazy" on March 2, West teamed up with Compton-based rapper The Game. The black and white video uses stop-start animation on what appears to be clay figurines. The 44-year-old rapper is then seen dragging a body across the ground before removing the hood to reveal a face that many fans believe resembles Davidson.

At the end of the video, a message appears on-screen reading: "EVERYONE LIVED HAPPILY EVER AFTER."

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Another slide shows the words: "EXCEPT SKETE", an insulting nickname West has branded Davidson with. The word "SKETE" has been crossed out and replaced with "YOU KNOW WHO."

"JK HE'S FINE," reads the final frame.

Following the release of the video yesterday, a judge finally granted Kim Kardashian her request to become legally single.

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Despite previously stating he would "take accountability" for his actions, it appears the rapper has returned in full force to challenge the 28-year-old rapper who was recently forced to hire security. While Kardashian had previously begged her ex-husband to stop putting Davidson in danger, West was too busy burning bridges with former friends like Kid Cudi.

People have been reacting to the news online, with one person questioning: "Wasn't Kanye scared about North being on TikTok seeing disturbing shit?"

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Another commented: "The way his unhinged and extreme behavior and actions are excused because of who he is, is actually quite disgusting and frightening."

A third questioned the logic: "Does he realize if something ever happens to Pete, whether he's involved or not, he'll literally be the very first one in the line of questioning?"

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