Kanye West Calls Out Drake Demanding an Apology

Tanya Cunningham
December 14, 2018

Kanye West's latest Twitter tirade is here, and it targets none other than Drake - because it was only a matter of time before that simmering feud reached a boiling point.

But that all changed on Thursday (December 13) when his timeline exploded with tweets aimed at Drake.

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.

The war broke out between Kanye, 41, and Drake after the Canadian musician, 32, reportedly asked for permission to use a sample from West's track Say You Will.

"If I'm bipolar... This kind of sh*t can get me ramped", tweeted Kanye, hinting that bipolar disorder may be the source of his recent mental health problems.

Kanye backed up his claims of Drake being a threat by bringing up a violent incident involving a fan and fellow rapper, Pusha T. An incident that took place during Pusha T's Toronto concert in November where an irate fan rushed the stage and splashed him with liquid.

Earlier, West wrote: "You threaten the safety of me and my family". "Do you wanna clear?" from Free that Yeezy captioned "This proves this sh*t is faker than wrestling".

The TV star added: 'My husband is the most brilliant person, the most genius person that I know.

One of the biggest bombshells came when Ye tweeted, "I told you I ain't tell Pusha about your son" and that was followed with, "t's all love bro bro but don't play with me".

'Please take the devil up out you bro.

Kanye then went on to mention his issue with Drake's "I told her don't wear no 350s around me" line from the French Montana song "No Stylist" and his disappointment that they have yet to have directly spoken to one another about their problems.

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