Kanye West Wants To End His Feud With Drake

November 9, 2021 / Posted by:

Drake once sang that he’s got enemies, got a lot of enemies, and one such enemy is Kanye West, or as he’s technically legally known now, Ye. Although I guess the more accurate relationship designation would be Drake’s enemy who has done some toxic shit in the name of highly profitable mutual hatred. But Kanye is willing to put their petty feud aside in the name of professionalism, as Kanye is hoping to recruit Drake for an upcoming show. Of all the questionable things Kanye has said recently, asking Drake to kiss and make up might actually be one of the most mind-boggling.

Kanye and Drake’s feud goes way back, dating back more than ten years, but in recent times, they’ve been known to play dirty with each other, like with Kanye allegedly leaking the existence of Drake’s then-secret son, Adonis Graham, a move which allegedly made Drake very pissed off, and then it was Kanye’s turn to be pissed off when Drake re-followed Kim Kardashian on Instagram. Numerous shots were fired, with Kanye leaking the address of Drake’s Toronto home, and Drake dragging Kanye’s desperate fighting tactics in his latest album, Certified Lover Boy. Essentially, it seemed like Kanye hated Drake more than Kanye hates shoes that don’t look like an alien’s infected tonsils, and Drake hated Kanye more than he hated the words, “I’m 19.

According to XXL, Rap-A-Lot CEO J Prince posted a video message to social media featuring himself and Kanye West, in which Kanye reads a pre-written message off his phone, explaining that he wants to address the ongoing situation between himself and Drake. The message is simple enough that it could be written on a torn corner of lined notebook paper. Drake, will you be friends with Kanye again? Y/N – circle one.

“I’m making this video to address the ongoing back and forth between myself and Drake. Both me and Drake have taken shots at each other and it’s time to put it to rest. I’m asking Drake on Dec. 7 to join me on stage as a special guest to share the two biggest albums of the year, live in Los Angeles, with the ultimate purpose to free Larry Hoover. I believe this event will not only bring awareness to our cause, but prove to people everywhere how much more we can accomplish when we lay our pride to the side and come together.”

That December 7th show will be a benefit concert in Los Angeles for 70-year-old Larry Hoover, a man who is currently serving a life sentence in prison for murder, conspiracy, extortion, money laundering, and running an outside gang from the inside of prison. Heavy stuff for a concert so close to the holiday season! Like his ex-wife Kim, Kanye believes in releasing reformed convicts from prison and wants to see Larry out asap. Larry formed the Gangster Disciples in Chicago in the late 60s, and was accused of secretly running the gang while locked up for a 1973 murder. In recent years, he’s renounced gang activity. When Kanye had lunch with Donald Trump at the White House back in October 2018, Kanye reportedly asked Trump to pardon Larry, which he clearly did not.

Drake hasn’t responded to this. Drake did respond to the Astroworld tragedy, saying that his heart is broken for the victims and their families and is praying for “anyone who is suffering.” Drake could probably also pray a little for his lawyers, as he’s been dragged into some of the lawsuits that have been filed against Travis Scott and Live Nation. Drake joined Travis on stage as a surprise guest performer, and so Drake has also been accused of negligence, for keeping the concert going, despite the crowd becoming unmanageable for security and paramedics. To be quite honest, Kanye kind of picked the wrong time to drag Drake into a publicity stunt. He’s kind of busy at the moment.

Because as Kanye mentions above, his sweet little act of goodwill is motivation for getting some publicity for both of their albums, Certified Lover Boy and Donda. Which, again…maybe isn’t the best worm to put on your hook to try to lure Drake in. After all, Donda was a mess. Donda took forever to be released, and when it was, Kanye claimed Universal leaked it on him, while others claimed it was hastily leaked by Kanye so he could try to yank the spotlight from Drake’s album release. The promo tour for Donda included such problematic guests as Da Baby and Marilyn Manson. And Todd Rundgren, of all people, the kind soul responsible for the easy-listening hit “Hello It’s Me,” basically called Kanye a joke who made a junk album. Honestly, if Kanye really wanted Drake at that concert on December 7th, he should have said, “Please join me, and I promise I won’t bring up the embarrassment that is Donda. Or mention Wheelchair Jimmy. I know how you feel about that.

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