Ye, formally known as Kanye West, released a new music video shortly after a judge officially granted Kim Kardashian her request to become legally single on Wednesday.

The rapper is making it very clear how he feels about his ex-wife, her new man, Pete Davidson, and so much more in his new vid for “Eazy”, in collaboration with The Game.

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The video is done as a claymation, in which Ye kidnaps someone who oddly looks like Pete Davidson.

The rapper is seen putting a bag over his head and ties him up to the back of a bike. He then drags this Davidson claymation into a grave before planting rose seeds on top of him – which is a lot to unpack for a music video.

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Some lyrics are: “God saved me from that crash, Just so I can beat Pete Davidson’s a** (who?).”

“Everyone lived happily ever after. Except you know who,” the video ends. West’s nickname for Davidson “Skete” is crossed out.

“JK he’s fine,” it adds.

West faced backlash for the violent music video and a number of celebs came to Davidson’s defence.

James Gunn first tweeted, “For the record, Pete Davidson is one of the nicest, sweetest guys I know. A truly generous, tender & funny spirit, he treated everyone around him with respect.”

Kim Kardashian liked Gunn’s tweet and when Instagram account Comments By Celebs shared the screenshot, Davidson’s “Meet Cute” co-star Kaley Cuoco commented, “Fact.”