Drake and Kanye West. Picture: AP/Instagram
Drake and Kanye West. Picture: AP/Instagram

Kanye West apologises to Drake for rap beef

By Entertainment Reporter Time of article published Sep 5, 2018

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International rapper Kanye West has reached out to Drake over Twitter, apologising for his contributions to their beef. 

Taking to Twitter on Wednesday morning, the "Ultralight Beam" rapper explained how the beef between him and Drake came about and apologised for his involvement in it. 

This comes as snippet surfaced of an upcoming diss track Drake has with French Montana called “No Stylist” which sees Drake rapping "Keeping it G, I told her don’t wear no 350’s around me" referencing Kanye's Yeezy Boost 350 sneakers. 

“I told her don’t wear no 350s around me” - #Drake 👀

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In the series of Tweets, Kanye chronicles his side of the story. Starting with him posting a picture of Drake's stage from his tour sending love to Drake's family and crew. 

Kanye then goes to detail how he "stepp(ed) on (his) release date" and that he was on a Twitter rant doing about "25 tweets a day". 

He then explained that he and Drake were planning on working together on "Lift Yourself“ and references the beef between Pusha T and Drake. Stating that while he did executive produce Pusha T's album, he didn't reveal any information about Drake to Pusha T. 

The "Ye" rapper ended his tweets by saying that he has love for both of the rappers and that he plans on going to watch Drake show in the next seven days. 

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