Kanye Says Drake Threatened Him: "He Running Around Like He Pac"

Kanye Says Drake Threatened Him:

West shared a screenshot of a text message he had received which stated that Drake had filed a "clearance request" for Say What's Real, a song which featured on his 2009 mixtape So Far Gone, which was produced by West.

It looks like Kanye West is still holding on to his old feud with Drake. "This proves shit faker than wrestling, "he lamented".

"Still need that apology for mentioning the 350s and trying to take food out your idols kids mouths", he said, referencing Drake's verse on French Montana's "No Stylist". After revealing that Drake actually called him, he revealed his high-level of pettiness by revealing that he won't clear the sample for "Say You Will".

West then demanded that Drake apologize to him and then made an explosive charge that the Canadian superstar bought the first two rows to an unspecified Pusha T show.

From there, Kanye ripped Drake for "running around like he Pac" and "trying to be a bully" while picking "targets you think are easy". Resulting in the now famous diss track, The Story of Adidon. You're disrespectful to all of the people with mental health conditions, so this is an opportunity for growth, ' Kanye also told his nemesis in part.

"Drake finally called. Mission accomplished..."

Buried between charges of culpability and allegations of bullying, Ye also maintained his position in the Pusha-T situation and restated that he has never done anything to intentionally hurt Drake.

"Then - seemingly touching on a post in Kanye which said that his family had been threatened - Kim warned: "@Drake Never threaten my husband or our family.

Drake kind of responded on his Instagram Story too.

'By the way. not cleared, ' which he punctuated with a hilariously crying emoji.

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