Kanye West has defended his controversial songs online video Eazy, in which his animated self kidnaps and buries Pete Davidson.
In the stop-motion clay animation movie, the More powerful rapper can be observed placing a bag about a character that seems like the Saturday Night Stay comic – who is courting his ex-spouse Kim Kardashian – in advance of tying him up and kidnapping him.
The 44-calendar year-old’s animated replica then drives him out to a remote area and buries the funnyman up to his neck right before sprinkling rose seeds on his head. The flowers at some point bloom and Kanye returns to cut various roses off of Pete’s head.
On Sunday, Kanye posted a still picture from the video, exhibiting a church on hearth, and insisted in the caption that he does not necessarily mean any hurt or ill will with the promo.
“Artwork is remedy just like this see,” he wrote. “Art is safeguarded as liberty of speech… Artwork evokes and simplifies the world… Artwork is not a proxy for any sick or damage. Any recommendation in any other case about my art is false and mal supposed (sic).”
The rapper also name-drops Pete through one particular verse of Eazy, his collaboration with The Match. He raps, “God saved me from that crash/Just so I can beat Pete Davidson’s a*s (who?)”
The video was posted on his Instagram account hours after Kim was declared lawfully single by a judge very last Wednesday. It has since been deleted from his web page.
Kim and Pete started courting in October.