Kanye West shares his feeling on Pete Davidson in new song Eazy

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  • Warning: this article contains explicit language.
  • Seems Kanye West is not so happy with Kim Kardashian's new man.
  • The rapper, who recently changed his name to "Ye", raps about beating up Pete Davidson in a new track called Eazy.
  • In the song, which features The Game, Kanye also talks about his divorce, love life, and relationship with his children.


Kanye West is laying it all bare in a new track alongside The Game.

In the song titled Eazy, the rapper sings about his divorce, his kids, and Kim Kardashian's new boo.

Addressing his split from Kim Kardashian, Ye raps: "We having the best divorce ever. If we go to court, we go to court together. Matter fact, pick up your sis, we'll go to Kourt's together."

But while he describes his divorce as the best ever, it seems the rapper is not so pleased with Kim's new bae, comedian Pete Davidson.

"God saved me from that crash," Kanye says, referring to his 2002 car accident, adding: "Just so I can beat Pete Davidson's ass."

But Kim is not the only one who has moved on. Kanye also briefly talks about his new relationship with Julia Fox, saying: "And my new bitch bad. I know Illuminati mad."

Kanye also seems to address his relationship with his kids in the song. The rapper shares North, Saint, Chicago and Psalm with Kim.

"I got love for the nannies, but real family is better. The camera's watch the kids, y'all stop taking the credit," he says in one line.

In another verse, he adds: "Non-custodial dad, I bought the house next door. What you think the point of really bein' rich for? When you give them everything, they only want more. Boujee and unruly, y'all need to do some chores."

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