Kim Kardashian
Kim Kardashian Shares First Photo Of Newborn Baby Chicago West Photo by Arnold Jerocki/Getty Images

Kim Kardashian has been declared legally single from Kanye West by Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Steve Cochran Wednesday. However, West's contempt for Pete Davidson continued in his new music video released after Kardashian's court ruling.

The 41-year-old beauty mogul attended the hearing via video conference. As the hearing proceeded, the judge asked Kardashian several questions under oath. When asked if she wanted to change her name back, the "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" star responded, "Yes." Kardashian also responded "Yes" when the judge asked if there was a breakdown in the marriage.

As a result of the ruling, Kardashian is no longer Kim Kardashian West, as the judge granted her request to drop West out of her name officially. Kardashian ended her marriage to West while they continued to hammer out the remaining issues in their divorce case.

Samantha Spector, West's attorney, hired at the last minute after firing his previous counsel within less than 24 hours of the hearing, went on to state her client's desire. She said that the rapper had "no issues" with Kardashian getting her name back. However, he was more concerned with his "assets and interest."

Spector said on behalf of West that the 44-year-old music producer wanted to "make sure his trust was protected." Meanwhile, Kardashian's attorney, Laura Wasser, objected to her client's trust being frozen, arguing that the television star uses the trust for her business. The judge sided with Kardashian's team on this issue.

Spector went on to explain West's main issue, which is centered on protecting his retirement plan and that he still wanted Kardashian to waive her "marital privilege." If Kardashian were to remarry, this would have granted West permission to call her new husband to testify about his communications with the reality star should there be any issues in the future. Spector also requested 120 days, saying she knows "there is a lot of custody issues that need to be worked out," which the judge granted. Both parties will be back for a status conference hearing on Aug. 5.

Meanwhile, West's "Eazy" was released shortly after the divorce hearing. In the video, the rapper is seen giving life to a game viral hit--the concept garnered public attention as he was seen rapping about “beating Pete Davidson’s a--.”

West literally kidnapped and buried a cartoon version of the "Saturday Night Live" star. In the video, the rapper then ties up Davidson's character and drives through 4-wheeler to an abandoned area, burying the comic up to his neck before planting rose seeds around his head. The flowers can be seen to bloom eventually; Davidson watches as West picks several and loads them into a pickup truck.

Kanye West with North West and Antonio Brown
Antonio Brown, Kanye West and North West attend Super Bowl LVI between the Los Angeles Rams and the Cincinnati Bengals at SoFi Stadium on February 13, 2022 in Inglewood, California. Photo by Steph Chambers/Getty Images

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