Ye took to Twitter on Saturday afternoon to reveal that he and Scott have patched up their differences. “Met with Trav at my crib this morning We expressed ourselves It’s all love,” Ye wrote.
On Thursday, after calling out Drake in a long series of tweets, Kanye later aimed some of that heat at Scott, for allowing the Toronto rapper to diss him on “Sicko Mode.” Ye specifically expressed his disappointment in Scott for allowing Drake to take subliminal shots in the song. Lines like “Lost my respect, you not a threat” and “Checks over stripes, that’s what we like” have been taken as shots at Ye, with the later possibly referring to his and Kanye's respective partnerships with Nike and Adidas.
Later, Kanye also claimed he was Scott and Drake's inspiration, and that he heard “Sicko Mode” originally featured more disses.
While Ye tends to delete tweets, he’s been letting his thoughts fly about Drake’s baby, Pusha-T’s concert, and the song in question. However, there was one tweet he deleted that read, “People sold their souls You gotta a number one record but you got it by letting this dude diss your brother in law.”
West was arguing that Travis shouldn’t have allowed Drake to diss him on “Sicko Mode” because not only are they friends, they're family. However, Ye’s wording of “brother-in-law” is fairly specific, and some fans think that since Kanye deleted the tweet, it could confirm rumors that Travis and Kylie have secretly gotten married sometime in the past few months.