Kanye West isn't letting 2018 go down without a fight. After discovering that Drake has been following Kim Kardashian on Instagram for a while and proclaiming it to be "the most fucked up thing of all," Yeezy has decided to reignite the beef properly in a series of tweets. "I've never mentioned or touched on anything related to family when it came to Drake," he started the Twitter spree, which he has since largely deleted. "He followed my wife on Instagram he mentioned Pusha's fiancé in a song."
Kanye continued from there, demanding an apology from Drizzy once again. "He dodged me for months when I extended olive branches to talk and then called to threaten me," Kanye tweeted. "This man tried to used my family's song to get at me. He been trying to pick a fight since the pool line. Who's bright idea was it to tell Drake to follow my wife on Instagram? This person is not Drskes [sic] friend."
Despite his continued efforts to call Drake out, he insisted, "I don't have beef with no one. Love everyone but don't follow my fucking wife on Instagram. Ima focus on my family and you keep my family out of all this wrestling foolishness. You could have been sat down with me I don't need to score no points off of Drake. If that was the case I wouldn't have reached out in the first place. I don't ignore people and I also don't let people fuck with me."
While he's since deleted most of the tweets, he did keep some of the more positive ones around. Knowing Ye, though, these could be gone any moment just as the rest of them have vanished.
"Much love to people who think it's better to fight or even worse over talking," his rant continued. "Y'all day it's lame when I tweet but this man been dodging me and I got something to say. Or it's cool if it's a diss record because it's more entertaining? Ima break all codes. I ain't taking advice from no one who ain't do nothing to actually help."
From there, he demanded an apology again. "This man followed my wife on Instagram I feel a public apology in order."
Previously Ye wanted an apology from Drake after he dissed the Yeezy 350s on French Montana's "No Stylist," rapping, "Keep it a G, I told her don't wear no 350s 'round me." Finishing the series of New Year's Eve tweets (for now?), he closed with, "I love everyone even Drake. That's my whole thing."
Drake has yet to comment on the matter, in typical Drizzy fashion refraining from jumping on either Twitter or Instagram to respond to Kanye.