Kanye West Addresses Drake & Pusha T Beef, Twitter Is Going Bonkers

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Hip hop star Kanye West went on a weird and long-winded tweetstorm Thursday night - which included almost 100 tweets - as he blasted fellow rapper Drake and accused him of sending threats.

According to Kanye, Drake asked Kanye's rep's to clear the sample on a freestyle titled "Say What's Real" from the his 2009 mixtape "So Far Gone".

If the world didn't already know what rapper Kanye West thinks about fellow rapper Drake - they probably know it now. At one point, West tweeted that he and Drake had spoken on the phone, even writing "mission accomplished", before ultimately continuing his attacks. "This proves s- faker than wrestling (sic)". On the album's song, "Infrared" Pusha claims Drake uses a ghostwriter (i.e. his raps aren't his own). Ye's second tweet then references the verse that Drake did on French Montana's "No Stylist", while requesting for an apology.

The rapper added: 'It's all love bro bro but don't play with me.

Some context: Pusha-who exchanged a series of high-profile diss tracks with Drake earlier this year, most infamously "The Story of Adidon", which revealed Drake was a new father, and claimed he was a bad one-was subject to a sudsy attempted assault at a concert last month in Drake's hometown Toronto. Drake has since been throwing subliminal shots at Kanye and all his ventures (Yeezy sneakers, clothing line, etc.), telling people to not buy the 350s and what not. I never been bullied in my life and I never will be.

After airing his grievances and allowing us to imagine what Drake's text conversations with Kris Jenner might look like, Kanye revealed that Drake "finally called". You're disrespectful to all of the people with mental health conditions, so this is an opportunity for growth, ' Kanye also told his nemesis in part.