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Kanye West Criticised For Horrifying Music Video Of Him Murdering Pete Davidson

Kanye West Criticised For Horrifying Music Video Of Him Murdering Pete Davidson

Kanye West's latest music video shows him kidnapping and burying alive an animated Pete Davidson.

Kanye West has come in for criticism after releasing a music video for his recent single Eazy, featuring The Game, where he appears to kidnap and bury alive a cartoon figure that looks very much like Pete Davidson.

The Daily Mirror reports that fans of the rapper have hit out at the disturbing claymation video which shows a character that looks like the 28-year-old Saturday Night Live comedian get tied up, have a bag put over their head and dragged along the ground before being buried alive.

The music video dropped on Wednesday, March 2, the same day his now ex-wife Kim Kardashian was declared 'legally single' by a Los Angeles court.

Since filing for divorce from the rapper, who changed his name to Ye last year, Kardashian has recently been dating Saturday Night Live comedian Davidson, who has also been the target of lyrics from his partner's ex.

The song Eazy contains the lyrics, 'God saved me from the crash, just so I can beat Pete Davidson's ass', while the music video ends with a series of slides which read, 'EVERYONE LIVED HAPPILY EVER AFTER. EXCEPT SKETE YOU KNOW WHO. JK HE'S FINE.'

'Skete' is the rapper's nickname for Davidson, and he has encouraged his fans to bombard the comedian with the name on social media, while according to Buzzfeed the 28-year-old recently deleted his Instagram account amidst the spam.

Fans of the rapper have been appalled by the 44-year-old's horrifying video and his apparent obsession with his ex wife's new partner.

Taking to social media, one person wrote, 'that Kanye claymation is disturbing af', while others slated the rapper for his 'obsession' with Davidson.

Others sent well wishes to Davidson, saying they were concerned for his safety and hoped he had good security to protect him from what Kanye might do next.

More took to Twitter to wish Kardashian well and condemn her ex husband's actions, suggesting the rapper needed to 'get help' for his 'extremely disturbing' actions.

Even people who had previously been on West's side were now turning against him, with one person writing that 'at first it was funny' to watch the drama but now this was 'a whole grown ass man' pursing a vendetta to creepy lengths and that anyone still supporting the rapper 'needs help'.

West has been accused of being 'sick and demented' and 'disgusting and pathetic' for continuing to go after Davidson with lyrics, social media posts and now this disturbing video.

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Topics: Kanye West, Pete Davidson, Kim Kardashian

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