Kanye West and Drake have been at odds for a while now and things have clearly escalated, pun intended. Thursday night (Dec 13), Ye received a phone call from the 6th God in response to his earlier Twitter rant and things didn’t go well. During the phone call, Drake allegedly threatened Mr. West and his family. As a result Kanye (again), used Twitter as ventilation.

In his newest rant, Kanye specified that if something were to happened to him that we should suspect it came from Drake. He insinuated that Drake is a fake gangster and that he paid people to attack Pusha T during his Toronto show. He stated that one of the guys is he hired is in critical condition. Kid Cudi’s mental state, 6ix9ine’s incarceration, XXXtentacion’s death, and Travis Scott and J. Prince came up as well. So far, this is the latest news, but we’ll continue to update you as things unfold.

Prior to that rant, he went on one earlier revealing preliminary issue he had with Drake before things got heated.

First, he tweeted a screenshot text message from Drake that requested clearance for sampling “Say You Will,” the song from Kanye’s 2008 album that Drake used to make “Say What’s Real.”

In addition to the picture, he tweeted “This proves s**t faker than wrestling” as his status. Next, he demanded an apology before going on a full rant about their dilemma.

Apparently, Kanye feels social media is the most effective way to reach him. According to Kanye, he had been wanting to handle things in person, but Drake refused to meet up for months. Kanye also reiterated that he didn’t assist Pusha T in discovering information on his son, which prompted his dis track “The Story of Adidon.”

Kanye assured that there’s no hatred towards the Canadian rapper, but warned him not to tamper with him and re-requested a personal apology.

He then acknowledged that this had troubled him for a long time, and addressed what actions pissed him at Pusha’s concert.

After tweeting a screenshot of a bible scripture from the first book of Peter, Ye finally achieved his goal in getting Drake to respond. But before he logged, he had it clear that he issued no clearance.

Previously, Kanye turned to Instagram with a series of videos discussing this same manner.

On September 20, Kanye condemned Drake for entertaining the idea of “Ke Ke” being wife Kim Kardashian West on “In My Feelings.” Also, West called out Drake for the unreleased song that Future previewed on his Snapchat in March of 2018. The song referenced his half-sisters-in-law, Kylie and Kendall Jenner.

Earlier that month, West went to Twitter to publicly apologize to Drake. In the tweets, he also addressed the beef between Drake, Pusha-T and Kid Cudi.