It is well known that Drake and Kanye West have a frenemy situation over the years and his latest single with the sample of Kim Kardashian’s voice has some believing they are at it again.
The two rap giants have been fan of each other’s music over the years, but the beef between Drake and Pusha T put a strain on their relationship.
The feud escalated in 2018 when Pusha T released a diss track called “Infrared,” which included a line about Drake using ghostwriters. Drake responded with his own diss track called “Duppy Freestyle,” in which he took shots at Pusha T and Kanye West, who produced Pusha T’s album.
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Pusha T then released a track called “The Story of Adidon,” in which he revealed that Drake had a son he had not publicly acknowledged and criticized him for his supposed lack of involvement in his child’s life. The track also included a controversial photo of Drake in blackface. The feud continued with both rappers exchanging more diss tracks and insults on social media, but eventually died down.
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“I didn’t come this far just to come this far and not be happy. Remember that,” Kim says. Fans speculated quickly that Drizzy was trolling Ye with that part from his latest record. Meanwhile, comment sections across Instagram bubbled up in the suspense. Now that Kanye returned to the ‘Gram, it felt like he was moments away from a lengthy Instagram caption.
Drake’s dad explained that his son isn’t actually trying to stir up any trouble with Ye. However, he feels like it’s the fans that fuel their issues. “Drake is not trolling anyone, it’s a song,” he commented on TMZ’s post. “Why try and create a Kanye and Drake beef again?” along with a handful of face palm emojis.
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Ye also felt that on Her Loss Drake intended to reignite their beef. On “Circo Loco,” Drake raps, “Linking with the opps, bitch, I did that shit for J. Prince / Bitch, I did it for the mob ties.” Ye, who was in the middle of contractual disputes, said that he wanted no smoke. “Enough already I done gave this man his flowers multiple times[.] Let’s really see who are real ops are in this music game,” he tweeted. “Imagine all the rappers on the same side and everyone cleaning up each others contracts It’s kingdom time[.] Love Drake #lovespeech.” Check out Dennis Graham’s response above.