Cardi B and Adele also get roped into the bizarre harangue.
“The line clearly meant don’t pit me against my brothers no matter what our differences are.”
“All of my good intentions turn into bad press.”
“We need more peace in the world, we need more love in the world.”
Following the end of a long legal battle, Wayne and the Cash Money Records head have finally squashed the beef.
“Lines were crossed and it’s not good for anyone, so this is dead now,” tweeted Kanye.
Pusha, it’s safe to say, did not buy Drizzy’s explanation for that blackface photo.
Things have gotten ugly in hip-hop long before Pusha-T and Drake.
Nick says she doesn’t have beef with Cardi B despite feeling “hurt” by the reaction to “MotorSport”.
Lil B promises not to retaliate: “I’m never with the violence. So I love them, and it’s all good.”
The two rappers have apparently buried the hatchet after last year’s feuding.
The rising rap group bring drama to annual hip-hop gala.