Drizzy, Ye, and his family live in Los Angeles' Hidden Hills neighborhood, and the two rappers’ homes are about a half-mile away from each other. TMZ reports that there are at least two new guards and a parked SUV now stationed outside Drake’s driveway gate. They were allegedly added to his detail the day after his feud with Ye reignited and following an allegedly threatening phone call.
However, Ye is claiming that Drake is the one threatening him and his family. On Thursday night, Ye took aim at Drake in a lengthy and messy Twitter tirade, accusing the Toronto rapper of threatening his family, bullying people with mental health issues, and funding an attack at a recent Pusha-T show.
In the first of a series of tweets, Ye shared a screenshot of a text asking to give Drake clearance of the 2009 song “Say What's Real,” which samples Kanye's “Say You Will.” From there, he asked for an apology from the Toronto rapper and reiterated that he never told Pusha-T about Drake's son or tried to diss him.