JAY-Z revived his Twitter account Friday to clear up some confusion: He did not diss Kanye West in Meek Mill's "What's Free" track, despite what many fans believed. The lines in question were: "No red hat, don’t Michael and Prince me and Ye/They separate you when you got Michael and Prince’s DNA."
Shortly after JAY made the clarification, Kanye responded with his own tweet, in which he seemingly asked for the long-awaited Watch the Throne sequel.
In the years since WTT's 2011 release, have heard plenty of reports about its potential follow-up. Ye, himself, fueled the anticipation back in September, when he tweeted the project's second installment was "coming soon."
Kanye's tweet was intriguing, but incredibly vague. Did this mean he and Jay were reuniting in the studio? Or was he reforming WTT with another rapper by his side? There were a lot of questions that remain unanswered.
Now that the two have apparently settled their differences, maybe, just maybe, there's some hope for more Ye-and-Jay material. Let's see how this all unfolds.
Kanye is currently working on his ninth studio album, Yandhi, which has been pushed back multiple times within the past two months. Fresh off his performance at 2018 Camp Flog Gnaw, Ye told his fans that he was not yet satisfied with the project's material and would announce a new release date once it's completed.