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Drake And Kanye West’s Long-Time Fued Has Ended: Here’s What Happened

· Nov 19, 2021
On West’s Instagram, a photo shows himself, Drake, and Ye’s friend J. Prince outside Drake’s Park Lane mansion on Tuesday. Kanye, who recently changed his legal name to Ye, captioned the ...

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The renowned beef between rappers Kanye West and Drake seems to have ended after posts of a gathering on social media at Drizzy’s Toronto crib. The feud was an ongoing battle that divided two of this generation’s greatest artists since 2009.

On West’s Instagram, a photo shows himself, Drake, and Ye’s friend J. Prince outside Drake’s Park Lane mansion on Tuesday. Kanye, who recently changed his legal name to Ye, captioned the photo with a white dove, a symbol of surrender? Who knows.

It’s said that Ye reached out to Drake last month when he invited the Toronto rapper to appear at an upcoming Los Angeles show on December 9. The show will raise awareness and support freeing Larry Hoover, serving six life sentences for charges regarding gang-related activities.

According to NME, Hoover’s son politely asked Drake to accept the offer, noting that Drake is “a leader and leaders make decisions that people follow.” Drake later accepted the offer and, on Tuesday, posted two videos on his Instagram. In the first video, viewers can see comedian Dave Chappelle giving a celebratory speech about Drake and how he invited countless celebrities like Ye and himself to his Toronto home.

In the second video, everything seems good and well between the two rappers while Ye films both himself and Drake, with many shouts and screams in the background. Ye ends the video with an excited scream and a smile. In all seriousness, it’s great to see the two rappers put their beef aside and maybe make some kick-ass tunes in the future.

However, Drake shouldn’t be making any big moves until he settles the few lawsuits he’s been named in regarding the crowd surge tragedy at Travis Scott’s Astroworld, resulting in a total of ten deaths. Following the event, Drake shared his condolences to social media and stated, “My heart is broken for the families and friends of those who lost their lives and for anyone who is suffering. I will continue to pray for all of them and will be of service in any way I can.”

During Ye’s first Sunday Service gathering after the tragedy, he dedicated that day’s performance to those who passed away due to the horrible incident. Recently, we learned that the youngest was only nine years old. In other news, Ye followed up his ‘DONDA’ album with a deluxe version of the tenth studio album, including an extended version of “Life Of The Party,” featuring none other than André 3000.