Written by: Khalif Thompson
Today in Hip Hop News, we report yet again the viral ongoing three-way feud of Kim Kardashian, Kanye West, and Pete Davidson. Just when the media thought it’d get a break regarding the recent drop of the “legally single” title Kim was coined by a judge in Feb 2022, it seems there’s still bad blood following the release of Ye's new “Eazy” music video which seemingly targets Kim’s new lover, Pete Davidson.
An anonymous source, who disclosed to one of our close sources, gave inside information of Kim’s reaction to the “Eazy”video in which she states, “She's completely over all of this and she wants it to stop.”
The 44-year-old rapper abducted, tied up, and buried a claymation version of Kardashian's boyfriend, Pete Davidson, in the video, which was released on Tuesday.
"God rescued me from that crash, just so I could beat Pete Davidson's a**," West raps, referring to the 28-year-old Saturday Night Live star.
According to our sources, Kim is “furious” of Ye’s music video, in which we’ve also discovered that West pulled off his Instagram page.
The source continues by explaining she thinks it’s “way too violent and is upset”. “She’s really upset with Kanye that he’d do this”.
There’s been a thread of Instagram outbursts from Ye in which Kim endured with silence and calmness, but as of late, Kim described the mess of events as “creating emotional distress for her”, she mentioned in open court on February 23.
The source later adds “Kim's No. 1 concern right now is making sure that her children are protected from the situation because everything plays out in the public eye and that's very difficult when there are children involved. She is very angry about the violence and she just feels that it's inappropriate and wrong."
We’ve seen very brief proof of Ye taking accountability for his action after taking to social media in which he publicly admitted, “"I've learned that using all caps makes people feel like I'm screaming at them. I'm working on my communication," he wrote. "I can benefit from a team of creative professionals, organizers, mobilizers and community leaders. Thank everybody for supporting me."
But the recent dropping of “Eazy” just yesterday (March 4), again contradicts the accountability optic Ye spat to the public on social media.
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