January 14, 2022 | 11:00am

Kanye West is focusing on his music despite being under a police investigation for alleged battery.

The multihyphenate shared an extremely graphic image — perhaps official artwork — of a skinned monkey against a red background late Thursday, writing on Instagram, “MY LIFE WAS NEVER EAZY.” The caption is the title of his highly anticipated collaboration with rapper The Game.

The song is expected to be released Friday.

West, 44, has yet to publicly comment on the investigation, in which he’s accused of punching a fan and knocking him to the ground after being asked for an autograph on two separate occasions.

Video of the alleged altercation, obtained by Page Six, showed the Yeezy fashion designer screaming at a female staffer presumably after the incident, as the purported victim can be seen lying on the ground.

“Get away from me,” West shouts as the unidentified woman tries to calm him down and help him, saying, “Give me your hand.”

“No, get away from me!” he responds. “Ain’t no hands, ain’t no hands.”

The staffer then responds, “I am your family. Give me your hand.”

Kanye West walking down a street in sunglasses and a hoodie.
The Yeezy designer allegedly punched a fan in the face.
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West then tells her, “You were supposed to talk to her!” It is unclear from the footage to whom he was referring.

West’s girlfriend, Julia Fox, was not present at the time.

As we previously reported, the alleged victim received an autograph from the “Jesus Walks” performer outside of Craig’s on Monday night. The fan then showed up outside of restaurant-club Delilah on Wednesday and asked for another John Hancock from West, who had been dining with Fox, Antonio Brown, Floyd Mayweather and more.