Drake might be struggling to get over his feud with Pusha T.
The In My Feelings rapper appears to have dissed Kanye West, a close friend of Pushas, while performing on his Aubrey & The Three Migos tour on Saturday.
Making matters worse, Drake, 31, was bold enough to throw shade in Kanyes beloved hometown of Chicago. Yikes. Video footage shows the Canadian rapper performing his hit single, Know Yourself, having seemingly changed the lyrics.
While he usually raps: Then Kanye dropped, it was polos and backpacks, Drake appears to have changed the line to: Then Kanye flopped, it was polos and backpacks. In the midst of cheers, it sounds as though some members of the audience who may have noticed the diss, booed Drake.
Its possible that Drake is still reeling from his explosive fallout with Pusha T earlier this summer. Pusha and Drake traded scathing shots with each other in diss tracks and album songs, culminating in the revelation that Drizzy had secretly become a first-time father and has a son.
Drake is believed to be upset with Kanye as he produced Pushas latest album, Daytona, which features the disses aimed at him. Pusha is not only extremely close to Kanye, but is also president of Yeezys G.O.O.D. Music record label. Drake is especially mad as he had flown out to Wyoming weeks before the feud erupted to help with the rappers new album, Ye.
Reacting to Drakes unexpected diss, one fan commented on Twitter: It was between Push and Drake. Drake wanna act grown coming for Push, Kanye & Cudi. Lmao thats why he got bodied and got the biggest L in 2018.
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One other weighed in: He needs to let that hurt go. Funny how hes coming at Ye when he didnt even respond back to Pusha.
Looking at the feud from a different angle, another Twitter user suggested: It was never really between Push & Drake. U should know that by now.
Kanye has always refrained from getting involved with the beef and actually took the high road, tweeting: Ive never been about beef. Im about love lines were crossed and its not good for anyone so this is dead now.
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