This development happened before the official release of “Life of the Party,” a Drake diss track that was seemingly leaked by Drake and featured André 3000.
André issued a statement via a spokesperson following Drake’s performance of the song noting that it was “unfortunate” to see two artists he’s fond of “going back and forth.”
Ye and Drake’s apparent disdain for one another is years long.
In 2018, Drake claimed that Ye was the mastermind behind Pusha-T’s information on “The Story of Adidon.”
The drama ended up being rehashed earlier this summer when Drake did a feature on Trippie Redd’s single “Betrayal.”
That song contains these lyrics: “I done done it all, it’s like I’m Shawty Lo (shawty)/All these fools I’m beefin’ that I barely know/45, 44 (burned out), let it go/Ye ain’t changin’ shit for me, it’s set in stone.”
Ye went straight to Instagram again the next day , where he posted what seemed to be a screenshot of a group text thread with a new contact, “Pusha.”
The screenshot read: “I live for this. I’ve been f***ed with by nerd ass jock n****s like you my whole life. You will never recover. I promise you.”
The post has since been deleted.
The following week, Ye posted and deleted another post that shared Drake’s Toronto address on Instagram.
Drake then released his sixth studio album, Certified Lover Boy, which makes a diss at Ye, calling his address leak as an act of “desperation” on the song “7am on Bridle Path.”