Kanye West and Drake have been at each other’s necks for years now, throwing sneak disses and direct insults at each other, and have not worked together since they dropped the single ‘Glow’ featured on Drake’s More Life project.
Well, it seems like the beef between the two finally comes to an end. On Tuesday evening, Drake posted a couple of videos of them at a Dave Chappelle comedy show.
Meanwhile, West posted a with himself, Drake, and J. Prince. In the caption, Kanye writes the “dove” emoji.
It was reported that the two addressed their issues last night.
A week ago, Kanye and J. Prince released an online video. Kanye approached issues with the boy-certified lover and publicly argued to end the quarrel in the visual. Kanye believes that putting the Drake feud to rest, occurring together for the first time in years, would eventually be more beneficial to them in the future. Kanye also believes the positive step forward would serve “s an “ultimate goal” to get Larry Hoover out of jail.
The friendship between Drake and Ye is complicated, and it is not clear when the quarrel between them started. In 2018, it was evident that Ye and God 6 were in disagreement when Pusha T released “Duppy Freestyle” and rapped on Drake’s son, which was not announced in the world at the time. In 2019, Drake did a rare interview with Elliot Wilson, and Drizzy was questioned on his friend status with Kanye. According to his answer, Drake did not seem in a hurry to reconstruct.
Drake said, “I think he kind of recruited a guy with a similar dislike for me, no matter what he says in interviews,” he said. “He can tell whoever, ‘I got love for him or whatever, but it’s not love. It’s… there’s something there that bothers him deeply. Yeah, I can’t fix it for him, so it just is what it is.”
Larry Hoover is the founder of the Chicago Gangster Disciples and is serving a life sentence in a super-prison in Colorado. He was found guilty of killing a drug dealer.