Kanye West’s manager, Bu Thiam tells TMZ there’s no beef between Drake and Kanye and he believes the two “creatives” can patch things up only if Drake doesn’t take aim at Kanye in any songs on “Certified Lover Boy.”
“His [Drake] album comes out in a couple of days, we will see,” said Bu.
He also addressed the recent negative comments Kanye West faced from Soulja Boy and Chris Brown.
Moments after the release of Donda, Soulja Boy and Chris Brown took to social media to share their frustrations for being left out of the album. Soulja Boy continues to troll Ye on social media, while Chris Brown called him a “whole hoe,” on his Insta story, before later deleting it.
According to Bu, Kanye called Chris to clear up the misunderstanding, and “It’s all good. Chris is family to us,” he said.
Elsewhere he revealed Ye plans on going on tour to promote his tenth album.
“There’s going to be a tour but not in the traditional form. It’s not going to be like how you guys see a tour,” he tells TMZ at LAX.
“It’s going to be in his lenses, but there’s going to be something special coming.
Drake released DONDA unorthodoxly on Sunday after several push backs. The album named after his late mother featured guest appearance from Jay-Z, Travis Scott, DaBaby, Baby Keem, Young Thug, Jay Electronica, The Lox, Kid Cudi, Roddy Ricch, 070 Shake, Lil Baby and much more
Drake reignited his feud with Kanye West on Trippie Redd’s Betrayal when he called the Bipolar rapper “burnt out.”
Their feud could take a turn for the worse if the 6 god takes more shots at Ye on CLB when it drops this Friday.