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Kanye West Defends His “Art” After Burying An Animated Pete Davidson Alive In Music Video

Last week, we told you all about Kanye West’s music video for his ‘Eazy‘ track with The Game. If you didn’t catch it, you can check it out above.

In the music video, a claymation version of Kanye can be seen kidnapping a claymation version of Pete Davidson. He then buries him alive and plants flowers over his presumably dead body.

At the end of the music video, the credits read, “Every one lived happily ever after. Except You Know Who. Skete.”

The video was a little disturbing honestly. Perhaps if that was the only thing Kanye ever posted about Pete, then maybe it wouldn’t have been so bad. But Kanye has been dragging Pete online for weeks, even telling his fans to harass Pete if they see him on the streets.

Kanye, especially this past month, has presented himself as a little unstable. I mean, the dude is in a new relationship with a legit Kim Kardashian lookalike…

The dude clearly can’t let Kim go.

In any event, Kanye heard the criticism and responded on his Instagram account by hiding behind artistic freedom.

Art is therapy just like this view. Art is protected as freedom of speech. Art inspires and simplifies the world. Art is not a proxy for any ill or harm. Any suggestion otherwise about my art is false and mal intended.

Sure. I mean, look at Eminem. How many times did he brutally murder his ex-wife in his songs?

That being said, Kanye takes things to a new level because he mixes in the “art” with personal sh*t on Instagram. Where does the separation happen? That’s the problem here. No one knows. I don’t even think Kim knows.

And while Pete’s friends have expressed concern over the music video, sources say Pete thought it was hilariously pathetic…

He finds the fact that Kanye included a cartoon version of him in his music video hysterical. He is almost flattered by it all because it is so ridiculous to him.