[Brentwood, California; October 21. Image via x17]
I can understand how, if you've had an experience it may not see innocuous to you, but the moment he starts flying and walking on walls I can't see how anyone could take it a bit seriously. And when "Britney" comes in (schoolboy cap and all), it's just high camp from that point on.
Not to mention I don't necessarily believe every artistic (yeah, I called it art) expression has to be candy kisses, but it doesn't mean the person advocates violence. It's a bitter song about being cheated on and betrayed and he made an accompanying video. Kelly Clarkson made as similar video about trashing her boyfriend's place. Lilly Allen not only trashed his place but had him beaten up! Doesn't mean any of these people are this way or support it. It's a dark fantasy they're exorcise through their art (yeah, I said it again).