We knew it was only a matter of time before the unwavering war between OVO legend Drake vs. GOOD Music would resurface and what a scorching way to ring in the holidays. Back in September, after the hostile beef between the Toronto native and Pusha T ceased, estranged hip-hop mogul, Kanye West wept apologetically to Drizzy and the internet gleefully called bullsh*t.
A month later, the “Take Care” emcee cleared the air about all the way Ye betrayed him and now, it appears Mr. West is having an epiphany of his own. This past Thursday (Dec. 13), the Chi-town native penned a series of tweets, firing off direct rounds at Drake. The diatribe began with Yeezy posting a screenshot stating that Drake requested clearance for "Say You Will," from 808's and Heartbreak.
The "Stronger" rapper, then demanded an apology from Drake over lyric-swapping from a few months ago. He reiterated the claim that he had nothing to do with Pusha T and "The Story of Adidon" diss.
Don't worry, though, Kanye isn't putting a hit out on the Canadian playboy. "This man to man bro. This been bothering me too long," he wrote.
Drake rarely feeds into social media trolling, but be on the lookout for a Soundcloud drop from the OVO camp, just in case.
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