After they have been suspected to be beefing sometime now, even going to the extent of dropping lines in their respective albums for each other, Drake and Kanye West have reportedly ended their feud. The ruckus between the two international superstars is said to have had a five-year-long flame, which on Monday night got cooled when both entertainers linked up and even planned a December performance together.
The popular DJ Trauma was one of the first persons to make the announcement and posted on his Instagram stories last night, talking about how he witnessed the rappers agreeing on a truce.
A photo of the reconciliation was also posted by “Ye”, of himself, and J Prince posing with Drake at his Toronto mansion, and there have also been talks that they had dinner too, and also enjoyed a Dave Chappelle show after, showing that the ending of the feud is as real as it gets.
As an official announcement, West made a video with himself and J Prince talking about the ending of the beef between him and Drake, stating that they both took shots at each other, with now being the time to put it all behind. In the same video, Kanye said the planned performance is going to be an effort from the two to get the infamous Larry Hoover freed.
Drake also posted videos from the happenings as seen below.
West spoke that the performance will be on December 7, and he is inviting Drake as a special act so they can both do songs from their recent albums to help free Larry who is currently incarcerated. Even though the beef between the two superstars have exceeded years, the reconciliation between the two have recently been heavily championed by J Prince and Larry Hoover Jr, and it is a good look for Hip hop seeing that it was accomplished.
Drake’s “Certified Lover Boy” album and Kanye West’s “Donda”, was released in the same time frame and did so well on their own that the accomplishments of both projects heavily rivalled each other, with the beef lines spicing up things even more.