The rapper was clearly unfazed by Kanye West again calling him out on Twitter for simply following his wife Kim Kardashian on Instagram. Look no further than the presence of Ye's sisters-in-law Kendall Jenner and Kylie Jenner, the latter with Travis Scott in tow.
A lot of other very famous guests showed up to the event, with LeBron James, Kevin Durant, Klay Thompson, Kate Beckinsale, Diddy, Nas, Chris Brown, Madison Beer, and Idris Elba among those in attendance.
Judging from how many notable people turned up to the party, Kanye is the last thing on Drake's mind right now. Like the rest of us, he was likely more focused on looking forward to whatever 2019 has to offer. As the year drew to a close on Monday, Kanye decided to reignite his Twitter beef with Drake.
"He dodged me for months when I extended olive branches to talk and then called to threaten me," Yeezy wrote in a since-deleted tweet-storm. "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."
But his latest pro-Drake tweet might signal that Ye is turning over a new leaf in the new year. Let's not hold our breath.