Grammy-winning rapper Kanye West isn’t done with the 6 God. The hip-hop heavyweight returned to social media this week to continue flaming Drake.
Kanye jumped on Twitter Thursday (December 13) with a slew of disses and accusations about Drizzy acting like a bully.
— SOHH (@sohh) December 14, 2018
A few hours ago, Drake appeared to downplay and laugh at Kanye’s initial Twitter disses.
Earlier in the day, Kanye went on an explosive tear ripping Drake over an alleged sample clearance request.
— SOHH (@sohh) December 13, 2018
Last month, The LOX’s Styles P weighed-in on Drake feuding with Kanye’s G.O.O.D. Music president Pusha-T over the summer.
“In rap, rappers feel like they have to engage – I feel like it was a lot of legitimate factors he left out the situation. Pusha-T just dropped an album. He dropped a diss record the next day and mentioned his wife. He could have not did a record and straight up punched Drake in the face when he seen him because that’s a violation. Once you bring somebody family [into the battle], you don’t know how Pusha-T, he just got married, you don’t know how his wife feel. You threw her in the battle and then you’re asking him to follow a guideline. That’s off the question. Then something else you’re asking him is to not follow tradition. Pusha-T is not a new rapper, he’s been around for a while. There’s no rules in this. He’s heard it all when he’s heard beef. He’s heard it all. And then Drake, you’re the biggest guy in the game, just chill. There’s nothing wrong with that. It shouldn’t have been a battle. I like Drake’s music, I think he’s a star. I put him up there with Kanye, Puff, he’s a star. But I think we’re beginning to forget a lot of rules in this culture with the stars and we start switching them around – I don’t got nothing against Drake but how does a guy say what’s the rules in a rap battle who had a ghostwriter before? That’s not fair, dog. You’re letting a dude who had a ghostwriter say what we can do in the dirt. Nah dog, you gotta stay up there. And you’re beautiful up there. But don’t come down here. You can’t change the rules.” (Hot 97)
Nothing is wrong with not engaging in warfare it’s actually the wiser thing to do . But never engage and expect rules . That’s with rap or the streets ..
— ghost (@therealstylesp) October 15, 2018