Dan Rozansky Quoted in the Los Angeles Times on Controversial Kanye West Music Video

By March 3, 2022 No Comments

Dan Rozansky was recently asked by the Los Angeles Times to share insight on Kanye West’s “Eazy” music video. This music video has gained substantial notoriety for what many consider to be gruesome depictions involving Pete Davidson, the new romantic interest of West’s ex-wife, Kim Kardashian. 

The article details the recent nature of the relationship between Kardashian and West, noting a message from Kardashian that warns West’s actions have created a “dangerous and scary” environment for Davidson. The article also sheds light on the public backlash the video has received thus far, questions the legalities of West’s actions, and examines concerns that the video could be taken as a threat. Dan shares that concerned parties can take comfort in the video’s non-threatening, “cartoonish nature.”

“It’s claymation, it’s his expression, there’s nothing realistic about it. I don’t think it’s like a call to arms to go out and attack Pete Davidson,” Dan says. “I think it’s more tame than many of the movies or video games that we watch.”

Read the full article in the Los Angeles Times (subscription required).