Kanye West's artist Pusha T is engaging in a highly entertaining rap beef with Drake.
So it's not so surprising Kanye would want to join that fray.
On the brand new Ye track "No Mistakes," Ye said a couple of things that could be directed at a certain biracial Canadian.
“Let me make this clear, so all y’all see/I don’t take advice from people less successful than me, huh," he raps
“Too rich to fight you/Calm down, you light skin!” he ends his verse with.
Kanye West and Drake have long had a friendly rivalry in terms of success. (Swimming pools, and such.)
But, apparently, things may not have been so friendly when Drake visited Ye up in Wyoming recently. Ebro reports that Drake left the meeting looking for beats -- which is odd when you've just met with Kanye. The radio host also revealed that Kanye was supposed to be on Drake's hit "Nice For What." But then ... wasn't.
On top of that, Drake had some smoke for Ye on his Push diss Duppy.
What do you really think of the nigga that's makin' your beats?
I've done things for him I thought that he never would need
Father had to stretch his hands out and get it from me
I pop style for 30 hours, then let him repeat
Now, you poppin' up with the jokes, I'm dead, I'm asleep
I just left from over by y'all puttin' pen to the sheets," Drake spit.
In light of all of that, do you think West was speaking about Drake on "No Mistakes?"