Kanye West truly loves being the super villain.
Amid his constant attacks of Pete Davidson on social media, Ye took it a step further with a animated video that imagines the burial of the SNL comedian.
On Wednesday (March 2) The Game debuted the video for his single “Eazy” featuring Kanye West. In the deadly clip, West kidnaps a cartoon version of Pete Davidson, ties him up and buries him alive.
The clip is just as controversial as Kanye’s verse where he raps about beating “Pete Davidson’s ass.”
Later in the video, Roses from Pete’s head are loaded into the back of a pickup truck, much like the one that delivered flowers to Kim for Valentine’s Day.
As noted by TMZ, the video was coincidentally released on the same day a Los Angeles judge declared Kim and Kanye officially single.
The video closes with the message, “Everyone lived happily ever after.”
He then adds, “Except Skete you know who/JK he’s fine.”
Ye has constantly attacked both Kim and Pete on social media, which the reality star claims caused her “emotional distress.” On Wednesday a Judge granted her request to end her marriage with Kanye West.
Despite being absent at the hearing, Kanye reportedly did not object to restoring Kim’s single status.