Kanye West has defended his controversial music video Eazy, wherein his animated self kidnaps and buries Pete Davidson.

In the prevent-movement clay animation video, the Stronger rapper may be visible placing a bag over a individual that looks as if the Saturday Night Live comedian – who’s dating his ex-wife Kim Kardashian – earlier than tying him up and kidnapping him.

The 44-year-vintage’s lively reproduction then drives him out to a far flung region and buries the funnyman up to his neck before sprinkling rose seeds on his head. The plants ultimately bloom and Kanye returns to reduce several roses off of Pete’s head.

On Sunday, Kanye posted a nonetheless photo from the video, displaying a church on fire, and insisted in the caption that he would not imply any damage or unwell will with the promo.
“Art is therapy much like this view,” he wrote. “Art is blanketed as freedom of speech… Art conjures up and simplifies the world… Art isn’t always a proxy for any ill or damage. Any idea in any other case approximately my art is false and mal intended (sic).”

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The rapper additionally name-drops Pete in the course of one verse of Eazy, his collaboration with The Game. He raps, “God stored me from that crash/Just so I can beat Pete Davidson’s a*s (who?)”
The video was published on his Instagram account hours after Kim was declared legally single via a judge closing Wednesday. It has due to the fact that been deleted from his web page.

Kim and Pete started courting in October.

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