• Kanye West dropped his new track "Eazy" Friday in which he calls out ex Kim Kardashian and her new beau Pete Davidson
  • West's new lady love Julia Fox hopes it "doesn't cause more drama" for the rapper, a report says
  • Fox reportedly isn't judging West for "how he chooses to express himself"

Julia Fox loves Kanye West's new single, according to a report.

West dropped a new track titled "Eazy" featuring The Game Friday, and in it, the 44-year-old rapper — who now goes by Ye — throws shade at his estranged wife Kim Kardashian and her new beau Pete Davidson.

West's new lady love, Fox, apparently has no problem with the Yeezy founder's new song or its lyrics, Page Six reported, citing an unnamed insider.

"Obviously she hopes this doesn't cause more drama for Ye, but he's an artist and this is how he chooses to express himself and she can’t judge that," the insider said.

The "Uncut Gems" actress "loves" the track because it mentions her, not by name but "implied" elsewhere, an unnamed source close to the couple told the outlet.

In the track, West raps: "God saved me from that crash just so I can beat Pete Davidson's a--." In addition to the comedian, the lyric also references how West survived a nearly fatal car accident in 2002.

West also made multiple allusions to his ongoing divorce from Kardashian, according to Rolling Stone.

"'Mr. Narcissist,' tell me 'bout my arrogance/ No more counselin', I don't negotiate with therapists,” he raps in the track, later claiming the couple is "havin' the best divorce ever."

West's diss at Davidson marks the first time he has ever publicly addressed his feelings about the comedian's blossoming romance with Kardashian, with whom the Grammy winner shares four children: North, 8, Saint, 6, Chicago, 3, and Psalm, 2.

But the rapper also discussed Davidson and Kardashian during an interview with Jason Lee for "Hollywood Unlocked," set to be released Monday.

"How you gonna bring me to 'SNL' and kiss the dude you dating right in front of me and everybody's like, 'Aw, that's cool?'" West said in a sneak peek of the episode, referring to an "Aladdin" sketch Kardashian and Davidson kissed in during her October 2021 "Saturday Night Live" appearance.

The "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" alum started dating Davidson shortly after she made her hosting debut on the comedy sketch show.

West also appeared to move on with Fox earlier this month, having been spotted on several dates with the actress since New Year's Eve.

In an episode of her "Forbidden Fruits" podcast this week, however, Fox said she and West are not putting any "labels" on their relationship for now.

"It's just people that make each other feel better. It's really like such a Gemini/Aquarius connection. It's very inspirational. Our minds, we both work very fast; we keep up with each other, which is cool," Fox said.

The actress also described West as a "doer" who makes anything possible, which is what she loves about him. "It's honestly just an honor to be in [his] presence and to be able to experience history happening," Fox added.

The artist Ye, formerly known as Kanye West, shown here in 2019
The artist Ye, formerly known as Kanye West, shown here in 2019 AFP / Angela Weiss