“Art Is Protected as Freedom of Speech”


Ye, previously Kanye West, has extra to mention about his newest unlock “Eazy.” In an Instagram put up, Ye defended his selection not to most effective depict however to enact violence in opposition to a claymation (clay animation) illustration of Saturday Evening Are living comic Pete Davidson.

“Artwork is treatment identical to this view,” Ye wrote at the put up. “artwork is safe as freedom of speech/ artwork evokes and simplifies the arena / Artwork isn’t a proxy for any in poor health or hurt / Any advice about my artwork is fake and mal supposed.”

As American Songwriter reported up to now, the song video for “Eazy” features a kidnap/decapitation plotline of Davidson. The realization of the video additionally comprises slides that learn, “EVERYONE LIVED HAPPILY EVER AFTER / EXCEPT SKETE YOU KNOW WHO / JK HE’S FINE.”

“Eazy” additionally comprises those threatening lyrics: God stored me from that crash / Simply so I will be able to beat Pete Davidson’s ass.

This reputedly one-sided feud comes after Davidson and Kim Kardashian, Ye’s former spouse, publically showed their dating. Since then, Kardashian has legally got rid of the surname “West” from her title, and Ye has persisted to advertise his newest document Donda 2.

Watch the song video for “Eazy” underneath.

Picture by means of Kevin Mazur/Getty Photographs for Common Song Staff.