Kanye West Says He And Drake Are Still Beefing Even Though He's Tried To Fix Things!

Kanye West Says He And Drake Are Still Beefing Even Though He's Tried To Fix Things!
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During a brand new interview, Kanye West opened up about a lot of different topics including his beef with none other than Drake! The fellow rappers are known to having had a little bit of a rivalry and it sounds like it’s still not over and forgotten!

However, that is not because of Kanye since he has supposedly tried to fix things, even showing up at Drake’s house for a chat, with no real results.

Before the drop of his new album, Jesus Is King, Zane Lowe interviewed Ye, a discussion that earlier today aired on Apple Music’s Beats 1.

Kanye was more candid than ever, answering all kinds of questions about topics such as religion, Donald Trump, his new music and more!

At some point during that same interview, Ye mentioned the other rapper, saying that: ‘Drake lives just 4 blocks down the road from me. That shows God has a sense of humor.’

Lowe was curious to know why that was so funny.

‘You cannot be in service [to God] to go and be mad at your brother. I go to Drake’s house with no security and leave my phone number,’ the rapper explained.

As for Drake, it's unknown if he’s seen this interview at this point since he is still to respond to it in any way.

The two rappers actually started out as friends and even collabed on a bunch of music but things did not remain harmonious and peaceful between them.

While they had their fair share of ups and downs throughout the years, their beef reached its peak last year when Pusha T, who has been Drake’s rival for a long time, dropped ‘Infrared’ a song produced by Kanye and in which he disses Drake for supposedly having a ghostwriter.

The worst of all, however, was another song titled ‘The Story of Adidon’ in which Pusha exposed Drake for having a secret baby.

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