Miscommunication seems to play a role following the reconciliation of every beef ever.
Back in 2014, during an interview as part of Vibe’s October 2014 cover, Tyga referred to Drake as “fake,” which in turn blew up in true rap beef fashion, with the Toronto rapper responding in typical Drake form on his song “6PM in New York.”
“I heard a little little homie talking reckless in Vibe / That’s quite a platform you chose, you should’ve kept it inside / Oh, you tried / It’s so childish calling my name on the world stage / You need to act your age and not your girl’s age,” were the bars in question, further allowing the bad blood between the two to escalate.
“It was really never no problem,” Tyga told Shay Diddy. “It was miscommunication. It was media. And then once you get into the petty game, it’s like, ‘Alright, let’s just be petty all day.’ But you know, it was more like media and stuff.”
While the Cali native said that there "never really was a problem" between him and Drake, the two did go down different paths while building their careers.
“And then I think over time, people grow apart. You don’t know what the other side is feeling,” he continued on. “You don’t know what he talking about. You don’t know what she talking about. You just lose that communication with somebody.”
Tyga then went on to credit Kanye West and his Yeezy Season 2 fashion show this past September, saying that him and Drizzy were able to chop it up in a civil manner after months of shade being thrown during the event.
“It’s all about conversation and communication,” he said. “Everything these days is misled."
See? Looks like we can all get along.
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