Kanye West Retweets Video Of Young Drake Rapping
Kanye West and Drake have been going back and forth for years now. The two Hip Hop stars relationship continues to be a point of discussion among fans. Acccording to Drake, the last straw was when Kanye got involved in his beef with Pusha T.
Drake told Rap Radar that Kanye’s involvement with Pusha T and the revelation of Drake’s son, Adonis, was the final stroke for him and said that he didn’t believe his relationship with Ye could be rectified.
However, couple of weeks back, Drake appears to be willing to make peace with Kanye, according to a post-and-delete from OVO producer, NEENYO. He shared a picture of an envelope on his Instagram story that reads, “To: Ye From: Drake” with the OVO owl logo at the bottom left corner.
Drake spitting “Ready or Not” by Fugees as a kid pic.twitter.com/pLGEFWHd1k
— XXL Magazine (@XXL) September 9, 2020
Kanye West has also got Twitter buzzing after he decided to pin a retweet of a young Drizzy to his Twitter page. XXL shared a video of a teenaged Drake rapping along to The Fugees’ hit track “Ready or Not”.
Ye retweeted the video and didn’t add any comments on it. The post has since got fans talking and it now seems like both rappers are ready to bury the hatchet.
“Kanye retweeting young drake? Interesting, collab album on the way,” a fan tweeted. See some reactions on Twitter below:
Kanye: Drake 🤔 https://t.co/jAhqXwyWs2
— reemy 🥱 (@TahrimOVO) September 10, 2020
I feel I understand Kanye’s brain better than even a lot of Ye fans. I think this is his way of showing love towards Drake. He wants the Cold War to melt a little more
— Lunch77 (@x808beats) September 10, 2020
i just feel like kanye wanna be cool w/ drake again but he know he fucked up the chance to do so now he’s looking stupid LMFAO
— 🧚🏾 (@mynameismanii) September 10, 2020
Kanye retweeting young drake? Interesting, collab album on the way
— feen (@Barterr7) September 10, 2020
It’s not fake. Kanye is obsessed and wants his friend back. Drake isn’t budging.
— Serena van der Woodsen (@morcgreen) September 10, 2020