According to Ye’s tweets, Drake wanted to clear a sample from his cut “Say You Will,” but Ye wanted an apology first, and after a while he got it.
The GOOD Music boss said Drizzy’s team reached out to him through a mutual friend named Free. Ye then took to twitter and accused Drake of dissing him on Travis Scott songs, plus, making light of his mental health issues.
Mind you, all of this comes after Drake accused Ye of telling Push T about his secret love child.
“Still need that apology for mentioning the 350s and trying to take food out your idol’s kid’s mouths,” Ye tweeted. “[I’ve] been trying to meet with you for six months, bro. You sneak dissing on Trav records and texting Kris [Jenner], talking about how’s the family … I told you I ain’t tell Pusha about your son. It’s all love, bro, but don’t play with me. You stay too close to be playing all these industry games, bro.”
“Sending purple emojis when I’m dealing with mental sh–,” he wrote. “I need my apologies now. Not through Scooter either. Not through Travis … I would never intentionally try to hurt you, bro. I never even heard none of the diss records.”
“This ain’t about who could pay to have something done to somebody,” added Ye. “This been bothering me too long. No tough talk either.”
The Chicago producer also accused Drake of having Pusha attacked at a recent show in Toronto, where people in the front rows threw drinks and other items at the Virginia rhymer.
“Buying first two rows at Pusha’s show got me hot, bro,” he tweeted. “Stop this already. You getting people hurt out here and over what?”
Then Kanye let people know the Canadian rapper contacted him, but it didn’t do any good as far as the sample clearance goes.
“Drake finally called,” he tweeted. “Mission accomplished. By the way, not cleared.”
Drizy then responded by posting several laughing emojis, so it doesn’t seem like these two have squashed their beef at all.”