In what may be the weirdest celebrity feud since that Wes Craven and Pauly Shore thing from a few weeks back, motorcycle daredevil Evel Knievel and Kanye West have recently entered into mediation over a trademark infringement lawsuit based on West's 2006 video for "Touch The Sky." The multimillion dollar lawsuit alleges that the video—which stars Pamela Anderson Lee and features West as a fictional stuntman known as "Evel Kanyevel" in a parody of Knievel's infamous failed attempt to jump Snake River Canyon in 1974—tarnished Knievel's image by using "vulgar, sexual and racially questionable content." Clearly, Kanye West doesn't care about stuntpeople.