UPDATE: Kanye has seemingly responded to Drake’s jabs by adding Pusha T into a group chat which presumably includes Drake, where he sent the following text:
“I live for this. I’ve been fucked with by nerd ass jock n-ggas like you my whole life,” the text read. “You will never recover. I promise you.”
Naturally the track was one of the more anticipated joints on the project and rightly deserved to be the most spoken about, however fans didn’t expect it to be for controversial reasons.
While the world awaits the arrival of DONDA, Drake is taking shots at the album’s creator. The 6 god called Kanye West “burnt out” and used clever Wordplay to address speculations that his long-awaited Certified Lover Boy album doesn’t have a fixed release date because he’s scared of going head to head against Kanye West.
“Ye ain’t changin’ s*** for me, it’s set in stone.” He raps, alluding to his album release date. “Let me make my presence known.”
Drake, West and Pusha T reportedly buried the hatchet in 2018, but now it looks like they never did and the beef is still apparently on.