Drake takes a subtle jab at Kanye West after the rapper called him “insensitive.”
Looks like Kanye West and Drake’s not coming to an end soon.
On Wednesday, the West focused their bad blood was recently revived after the 41-year-old rapper, produced Pusha T ‘ s album, “Daytona, including the track “Infrared” that takes shots at Drake. After Drake released “Duppy Freestyle” — that is aimed at both Pusha T and West — in response, Pusha T released his devastating diss track with the title “The Story of Adidon.” The scathing track accused Drake of having a secret illegitimate son, as well as unearthed a photo of Drake wearing blackface, which Drake later addressed.
West was conciliatory to Drake during his appearance on Chicago’s 107.5 WGCI Morning Show, and insisted that he not give Pusha T of the material for “The Story of Adidon.” However, he did call Drake “insensitive” for the continuation of the loan during the time that the West was taking a break in Wyoming after receiving massive backlash thanks to his infamous comments that slavery was a choice on “TMZ Live.”
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“We have the love for Drake,” West said. “We understand that he was angry about [“The Story of Adidon”]. I have a feeling that it is insensitive for him, in any way, stress me in any way after TMZ, while I was in Wyoming healing, pulling all the pieces together, working on my music. And, you know, we will reconcile that in a day because we are on because we have work to do, and this vote is just too strong.”
He also claimed that the two feuded over a beat, which resulted in Drake to send him a purple demon emojis.
“When we talk about the Drake thing, it touches me in a very sensitive place, because you hang around people and they come to your house and around your family and this and that,” West said. “And they are angry about a beat and send you purple demon emojis.”
Hours after West’s comments, Drake hit back on social media, Instagramming a photo of him looking wars and poland, captioning the snap with a purple demon emoji.
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Earlier this month, Drake also dissed West during a show in Chicago, West in the country of origin. Drake changed the lyrics for “Know Thyself,” to take a shot at West’s latest album sales for Ye. While the original lyrics are “Had a job sellin’ Girbaud jeans/ I had a yellow TechnoMarine/ Then Kanye dropped, it was polos and backpacks,” Drake changed the last line, “Kanye flopped.”
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In June, Drake’s producer J. Prince appeared on “Sway in the Morning” and said that he personally called Drake asking him not to get a second diss track in response to “The Story of Adidon” because it would have gone over the music and affected the “livelihood” of both Pusha and Kanye.
“After a conversation with Kanye, I spoke with the brother, and he didn’t want this,” J., ” he said. “I saw this to be a place that I feel would be the end of his career as Drake would have this song, that he had on him. And would certainly have hurt families, and we are not yet in. That is not Drake’s character to tear a man down to that degree.”
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