Kanye’s (Ye’s)hatred of Pete Davidson has turned into a scary obsession, and his latest music video just proves it.
Maybe it’s time for the higher ups (whomever that might be) to take notice and perhaps do something about it?
Hours after Kim Kardashian was declared a single woman by California courts, Ye released a new music video, which goes as far as stating: “Everyone lived happily ever after except Skete.”
Skete is the derogatory name that Ye’s (and many of his followers) have branded for Pete.
I mean, this is bullying, inappropriate behavior, and a bit crazy — and borders on harassment.
In the video, which is a stop motion claymation, we see disturbing images of Ye happily torturing a figure that is the likeness of Saturday Night Live’s Pete Davidson.
Now, in case you have been living under a rock for months, Pete is dating Kim Kardashian. Ye is super jealous, and has declared multiple times that Kim will eventually end up back with him.
I don’t know about you, but if I were one of the people Ye was dating, I would be — not only worried — but completely not okay with his obsession over his ex wife.
So, in this video for his single “Exit,” Ye kidnaps, Decapitates, And Buries This Davidson likeness alive By.
He sings the line, “Just so I can beat Pete Davidson’s ass,” as he holds and caresses the head of the decapitated — we are assuming — Pete Davidson.
I’m sorry, but does anyone else see this as a desperate cry for — something? Help on the part of Ye, life-threatening virtual assault on the part of Pete.
Sure, this America, where we supposedly have freedom of speech.
But this crosses the line, IMHO.
Pete has even had to delete his Instagram, once again, because Ye — and his fans — have been slinging a barrage of insults and abusive comments his way.
Can someone please look into this. I am seriously a bit worried for Pete.
You can see the entire disturbing “Easy” video HERE.