In the midst of Kanye West and Drake's drama, the "Gold Digger" rapper — who famously married Kim Kardashian in 2014 — has taken to Twitter to give Travis Scott (Kylie Jenner's baby daddy) a piece of his mind for working with an enemy of his. While Kanye always seems to be getting himself into trouble, this situation gets a little bit more dicey considering both of their leading ladies are sisters! Scroll through for all the details.
After the Yeezy designer went off on his old friend Drake earlier this week in a 17-long Twitter diatribe claiming the "God's Plan" rapper was in contact with his mother-in-law, Kris Jenner, Kim's husband decided to also include Travis in his discrepancies.
While the feud only involved Drake at first, Kanye then slammed Kylie's baby daddy for getting involved in their mess.
All the drama began when the father-of-three accused Drake of having dissed him on “SICKO MODE,” which is his recent collaboration with Travis.
In the song, Drake raps, “Lost my respect, you not a threat,” allegedly referring to his ongoing feud with Kanye. He continues, “Checks over stripes, that’s what we like,” reportedly calling attention to his and Kanye’s respective partnerships with Nike and Adidas.
“F**k that 'Sicko Mode' song family first and always,” tweeted a livid Kanye after learning of the lyrics. “How you gone text Kris but not speak to me,” he wrote. “How you gone be on Trav’s song coming at me. Trav should have never allowed that.”
I used to bring Travis with me everywhere with me Im an inspiration to both him and Drake— ye (@kanyewest) December 14, 2018
Kanye tweeted, “I used to bring Travis everywhere with me, I'm an inspiration to both him and Drake,” suggesting that he’s always been a good friend to both rappers and doesn’t deserve the hate.
As OK! readers know, Kanye collaborated with Travis on the track “Watch” not too long after Kylie gave birth to their little girl, Stormi Webster. “I will never put negative energy into a song,” the "Lift Yourself" artist tweeted later.
It’s not about rap It’s about family We have to be close as a family and never let these people infiltrate just for radio spins— ye (@kanyewest) December 14, 2018
"I have a problem with sneak dissing," Kanye tweeted. "It’s about family, we have to be close as a family and never let these people infiltrate just for radio spins."
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