Kanye West Posts and Deletes Drake's Address, Toronto Rapper Appears to React Amid Reignited Feud

It remains to be seen which will drop first between 'Certified Lover Boy' or 'Donda,' but the lead-up to both projects has certainly been eventful.


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A surgical summer, with mere weeks left to go, continues with the brief amplification of Drake’s address on Kanye West’s recently active Instagram account.

Indeed, the latest entry in the previous collaborators’ sporadic back-and-forth—which has most recently been (seemingly) revived ahead of a third Donda listening event—saw West sharing a screenshot containing the address of the 6 god’s Toronto residence.

The screenshot only remained live for a short period of time and has since been removed from West’s page. The address itself, notably, has also been readily accessible for the general public for some time now. And while Drake hasn’t directly mentioned West in the hours since the not-quite-doxxing post, he did take to his Story to share a timely video of himself laughing.

The latest turn follows what many fans have interpreted as a diss against West on “Betrayal,” a recent Trippie Redd track featuring Drake. In the track, Drake references “all these fools I’m beefin’ that I barely know” and makes what many have posited as a nod to West’s age (44). Over the weekend, Consequence addressed the lyrics, referring to them as “disrespect.”

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Previously on the ‘grammed-and-deleted side of the ongoing saga, West shared a screenshot of what appeared to be a group iMessage chat. Special attention, of course, was paid to the fact that the screenshot showed that West had added GOOD Music president Pusha-T to the conversation. A Joker still was also utilized:

It remains to be seen if the reignited feud, a recent history of which can be found here, is leading up to something Donda-related or if it’s just an auxiliary experience to the rollout. With any luck, at least in this writer’s opinion, all of this will eventually result in a West-assisted revisiting of Drake’s “Summer Games.” Here’s to wishful thinking.

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