UPDATE: Kanye West Now Accuses Travis Scott of Making "Threats" After Calling Out Drake

‘Ye also has something to say about Drake and Trav’s “Sickomode” hit.

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UPDATE #2 December 14, 2018, 10:23 a.m. EST: After posting more scathing tweets directed towards Drake, Kanye has now accused fellow rapper Travis Scott of making “Threats.” In the tweet, Kanye says: “I hit trav earlier today, now he just hit me, more threats.” The response also came after ‘Ye tweeted something negative about Drake and Travis Scott’s massive hit song: “F*ck that sickomode song, family first and always.” We don’t specifically know what type of “threats” were made or if any were made at all. Travis Scott reaching out to Kanye could also be a reaction to the initial negative tweet about his and Drake’s song. No response on social media yet from Travis but we’ll keep you posted as this story develops. See the tweets below:
From last night:


Then after midnight:


UPDATE December 13, 2018 10:40 p.m. EST: After revealing Drake called him, Kanye West is now back on Twitter to launch claims that the Canadian rapper threatened him during their phone conversation. ‘Ye then went on to insinuate that Drake was the person behind the attack on Pusha T in Toronto,  and then continued his pursuit of peace. Catch some excerpts below and head over to Kanye’s Twitter to read all his tweets.


Kanye West took to Twitter to call out Drake, requesting a face-to-face meeting so that the Toronto native can give ‘Ye an apology. Kanye initially shared a screenshot of a text message where Drake was requesting clearance of the 2009 single “Say What’s Real,” which samples Yeezy’s “Say You Will” beat.

He then proceeds to tweet that Drake owes him an apology for dissing him on records with Travis and pointing out lines on French Montana’s “No Stylist,” which finds Drake rapping “Yeah, keepin’ it G, I told her “don’t wear no 350s ’round me.” He goes on to call out Drake for sending purple emojis to him, emphasizing that he didn’t tell Pusha T about Drake’s son and buying the first two rows at a Pusha concert. Later on in the rant, Kanye claims Drake called him. Drake later took to Instagram to respond to Kanye’s tweets. Read their tweets and posts below.

In November, Pusha T’s concert in Toronto was cut short when audience members tried to jump onstage.

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