Pete Davidson finds caricature in Kanye ‘Izzy’ ‘hysterical’ video

Pete Davidson can’t help but find humor in his current one-sided feud with Kanye West, believing the rapper’s latest hit – Kidnapping and burial of a caricature of him In a new video “Eazy” – it is funny.

“He found the fact that Kanye included a cartoon version of him in his music video in a hysterical way,” source For entertainment tonight revealed by Davidson. “He’s almost flattered by all of it because it’s so ridiculous for him.”

The source added that the “Saturday Night Live” star “is not threatened by Kanye in any way, shape or form.

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Pete Davidson thinks his caricature in the latest Kanye West video is ‘hysterical’.
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“He’s using this to grow in more ways than one, including for himself and his relationship with Kim,” the source continued. “It turns all negativity into something positive.”

The ‘Eazy’ video gave life to the viral video that featured the game which attracted huge interest in January due to the 44-year-old Western rapper. “Hit Pete Davidson’s ass.”

Davidson, 28, reportedly had a similar reaction to the song as he did to the video, with a source telling Page Six at the time, “Pete believes It’s just so funny. Not only that – he believes everyone [tabloid drama with him, West and Kardashian] It is funny. He loves her.”

Not only has Davidson stayed positive amid West’s attacks, but the drama has brought Davidson and West’s ex-Kim Kardashian closer, too.

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Davidson isn’t worried that West is making fun of him in a new video titled “Izzy.”
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The ET source continued, “Pete is very understanding and has gone to great lengths to put any of his feelings aside and be just a support system for Kim during this difficult and transitional time.” “Pitt has grown so much as an adult, man, public figure, and partner through the process, though he was unexpectedly thrown into the middle of things, including Kanye’s clamor and the publicity that followed.”

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While Davidson managed to laugh at the drama, Pal and co-star Ricky Falez spoke up Against “internet thugs” from the West Aimed at a Staten Island native.

“PD is my brother, and none of this is funny to me nor entertaining,” he wrote. “It is heartbreaking for a 44-year-old man to steal the Internet.”

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