Kanye West took to Twitter today (Sept. 5) to send his apologies to Drake for his part in their on-record feud–not beef. B.I.G. explained the meaning of beef.
Anyway, in a series of Tweets, Mr. West apologized for not speaking to Pusha T about King Push’s Quentin Miller reference on “Infrared” before its release. West also apologized for interfering with Drake’s Scorpion release date, and expressed regret over not giving the 6 God the opportunity to appear on “Lift Yourself,” which according to Kanye, the two talked about the OVO capo being featured on.
Kanye and Drake have been throwing subtle shots at each another for years–allegedly dating back to Drake’s lyrics on “Thank Me Now,” when he rapped: “And that’s around the time that your idols become your rivals. You make friends with Mike but gotta AI him for your survival.”
But things came to a head this year after Pusha T reinserted himself into the war of words with the release of Daytona’s “Infrared.” Drizzy bit back with his “Duppy Freestyle,” which prompted King Push to unleash the revealing diss track “Story of Adidon,” where the Virginia native revealed that Drake had a son and unearthed an old photo of Drake in blackface. With this, it was rumored that Kanye gave up seccret information about Drake to Pusha. But during a recent interview with Chicago’s The Morning Show 107.5 WGCI, Mr. West denied providing Pusha T with ammo to shoot at Drake with.
“Don’t pull me to into this conversation,” West said during the interview. “I’m Ye. I got major things to do other than to be telling him some information about Drake. I don’t sit around and do that. I honestly don’t care that much, in all honesty.”
Check out Kanye’s tweets below.