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Kanye West addresses Drake’s immaturity on Twitter and ends it with a Bible verse

Kanye West has hit out at Drake in a new Twitter rant.

The duo – who were once close friends – famously fell out after Kanye allegedly decided to release new music close to Drake’s release date after finding out when the latter was dropping new music, and on Thursday (13.12.18), the 41-year-old rapper took to social media to add fuel to the fire of their ongoing feud.

Kanye 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 Kanye.

The ‘Heartless’ rapper then went on to accuse Drake of avoiding him but taking underhanded shots at him at the same time.

Kanye then claimed he’d been trying to meet with the ‘God’s Plan’ rapper for “six months”, but said Drake had ignored him whilst still speaking to his mother-in-law Kris Jenner, as well as Travis Scott – who is dating Kylie Jenner, the sister of Kanye’s wife Kim Kardashian West.

In another tweet, he wrote: “Been trying to meet with you for 6 months bro You sneak dissing on trav records and texting Kris talking bout how’s the family”

Just over an hour after his rant was posted, Kanye took to Twitter again to claim that Drake had now gotten in touch.

Meanwhile, the ‘Hotline Bling’ hitmaker seemed unfazed by the outburst, as he took to his Instagram story at around the same time to simply share a series of laughing emojis, which seemed to be aimed at Kanye’s tweets.  Kanye went on to address the low-key disses from Drake saying this would be the end of fake disses on mental health. Kanye also claimed that Drake bought out the first two shows at Pusha T’s  Toronto concer that saw a young teen critically injured in a fight. He later went on to put the drama to rest, emphasizing the role he has played in Drake’s and Travis Scott’s career.

But it seems that Kanye has said his peace. Ending the Twitter storm with a Bible quote that vilifies Drake for his “fakeness.”

Instead, Ye preached peace and collaboration tweeting “we should all be on this planet working together.”

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