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Kanye West’s recent “therapy testimonials,” mainly aimed at Drake and Travis Scott, took another turn on Saturday morning (Dec. 15). in the early hours, the Chicago rapper/designer expressed some frustration with Ariana Grande. During Kanye’s lengthy rant directed at the Canadian superstar, Grande sent a tweet out referring to the Kanye vs. Drake saga.

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The Kanye West vs. Drake saga continues. On Thursday afternoon (Dec. 13), the former took to Twitter to blast the 6 God over in direct shady moves and subliminals thrown on records. The rant starts with Kanye sharing a screenshot of a text message, from someone in his management circle revealing Drake wants to clear his So Far Gone classic freestyle “Say What’s Real,” a record the Canadian star raps over West’s 808s & Heartbreak song “Say You Will.” From there, the G.O.O.D. Music CEO expresses anger over Drake’s continued shots at him on Travis Scott’s “SICKO MODE,” French Montana’s “No Stylist,” and again denies revealing information about Drake’s son to Pusha T during their rap war.

Kanye also reveals that Drake bought out the first two rows of Pusha T’s recent show in Toronto, where the Virginia rapper escaped an attack on stage. “Been trying to meet with you for 6 months bro. You sneak dissing on trav records and texting Kris talking bout how’s the family,” says West.

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A new chapter to the Pusha T vs. Drake saga is added every couple of weeks it seems. The latest drama came as the Virginia rapper’s “Daytona” North American tour pulled into The Six on Tuesday night (Nov. 20). While performing the song “M.F.T.R.” at Toronto’s Danforth Music Hall, drinks and paint were thrown on stage at Pusha T by a group of individuals. The President of G.O.O.D. Music quickly moved to the side of the stage as security jumped into the crowd to stop the group of party crashers. Soon after, one attacker made his way onto the stage where security and members of Pusha T’s entourage quickly handled the perpetrator. The Clipse lyricist would return to the stage soon after to perform “Infrared” and the “Don’t Like” remix before local police shut down the concert due to the attack and a few concert goers sustaining injuries.

Pusha T was unharmed during the incident as seen in various fan captured videos posted quickly online.

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Pusha T was one of many artists who took the stage during day one of Camp Flog Gnaw 2018, held at Dodgers Stadium in Los Angeles on Saturday (Nov. 10). At one point in between songs, the sold-out crowd started chanting ‘Fuck Drake,’ and seconds later a huge visual of that remark in white letters was projected across the stage’s screen. Many thought The Clipse member planned that visual, of course in reference of his on-going beef with the Canadian superstar. Soon after performing, Pusha T took to social media to slam the festival’s tech crew, who quickly put together the visual as the crowd was chanting.

Corny ass tech dude fucking with my screens at @CampFlogGnaw , I speak for myself and all of you know how I make my statements!!,” said the President of G.O.O.D. Music. “Dissing anybody on screen isn’t part of my show… Otherwise great festival, thanx @tylerthecreator for having me out.”

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The Drake vs. Pusha T saga continued recently when the former recently appeared on an episode of HBO’s The Shop. In that discussion with LeBron James, Drake touched on his beef with the Virginia lyricist and detailing his fallout with Kanye West. During that interview, the 6 God also questions Pusha T’s line about Noah “40” Shebib’s battle with MS, and gives his opinion that West was the one who leaked the info about Drake’s son. In response to those claims, Pusha T decided to give his side this week when he appeared on The Joe Budden Podcast.

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Episode two of the LeBron James hosted The Shop aired Friday night (Oct. 12) on HBO. Drake was a guest on the show, an appearance where the 6 God opened up on various subjects like his childhood, growing up in a single-parent home like LeBron, fatherhood, and retirement as an artist. The two main topics the Toronto star went in-depth to speak on was his back-and-forth with Pusha T this past summer, and that leading to his fallout with Kanye West. In the conversation, Drake reveals the questionable moves Kanye made during their sessions recording in Wyoming, like West moving all the G.O.O.D. Music release dates (Kanye West, Pusha T, Teyana Taylor, Nas, Kanye and Kid Cudi/Kids See Ghosts) from the fall to June around the time Drake was to drop Scorpion.

The Canadian hitmaker would also speak about showing Kanye a photo of his son Adonis, fuel Pusha T used in his “The Story of Adidon” diss track. He also touches on Pusha T going too far on that record with the line aimed at Drake’s producer Noah “40” Shebib, a person living with MS. Drake states that a response to that record was done but instead held back from releasing it due to the fact the song would tap into a dark space.

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Kanye West is making headlines daily for various reasons. The latest news comes from a series of Instagram posts Kanye made on Thursday (Sept. 20), aimed at Drake, Nick Cannon, and model Tyson Beckford over his wife Kim Kardashian West. In the case of Cannon and Beckford, Kanye clapped at the two celebrities for their recent comments about his wife in interviews with TMZ and VladTV. Beckford commented on Kim Kardashian’s body being fake, while Cannon spoke on dating Kim before her various surgeries.

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Eminem is ready for war and delivers a response. Machine Gun Kelly sent shockwaves last week, releasing the diss track “Rap Devil.” Taking straight aim at Slim Shady, the record was in response to a jab Em took at MGK on the Kamikaze-cut “Not Alike.” With rumors swirling and rap fans waiting for Eminem to clap back, the response finally arrived on Friday afternoon (Sept. 14) in the form of a song called “KILL SHOT.”

You ain’t never made a list next to no Biggie…no Jay Next to Taylor Swift, and that Iggy ho, you about to really blow Kelly. They’ll be putting your name Next to Ja, next to Benzino, die, motherf**ker,” raps Em. Towards the end of the song, Eminem even takes a jab at Diddy. “Kellz, the day you put out a hit is the day Diddy admits that he put the hit out that got Pac killed,” he raps. The song already has triggered responses as Jay Electronica and Iggy Azalea both took to social media to voice their disdain, while G-Eazy fittingly posted a photo with the veteran MC on Instagram. G-Eazy himself was recently involved in a back-and-forth with MGK on record.

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The on-going issues between Cardi B and Nicki Minaj reached a new height as things got testy on Friday night (Sept. 7) during New York Fashion Week. During the Harper’s BAZAAR ICONS at The Plaza Hotel in NYC, the two rap stars got into an altercation. TMZ reports Cardi aggressively approached the area Nicki Minaj was at, wanting “to address the lies Nicki was spreading” said people connected to Cardi. In video posted online of the heated moment, Cardi is seen throwing one of her heels towards Minaj as the Young Money Queen is shielded by a team of bodyguards.

Shortly after, Cardi B was escorted out wearing only one shoe and with a knot over one of her eyes. The “Bodak Yellow” star would take to Instagram soon after, confirming the incident and revealing her decision to attack was after her daughter Kulture was mentioned at some point in time. “I’ve let a lot of s*** slide! I let you sneak diss me, I let you lie on me …But when you mention my child, you choose to like comments about me as a mother, make comments about my abilities to take care of my daughter is when all bets are f***in off!!,” said Cardi.

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Kanye West is publicly apologizing to Drake. In the early hours on Wednesday (Sept. 5), West sent out a series of tweets referencing the 6 God and their fizzled friendship, which was sparked by Pusha T and Drake’s beef earlier this summer. “Sending good energy and love to Drake and family and crew,” Kanye opens the apology with. Yeezy would go on to speak on his involvement on Pusha T’s DAYTONA, where The Clipse lyricist re-ignited his beef with Drake. Kanye also touched on releasing “Lift Yourself,” a record Drake was originally set to be on.

Citing his issues with Wiz Khalifa a few years back where he brought up Khalifa’s kid during a Twitter back-and-forth, Kanye states he never gave Pusha T intel on Drake’s child. That information of course, was used on Pusha T’s scathing “The Story of Adidon” diss track. Along with giving Drake props on his current arena tour with Migos, West states he will be attending a show within the next seven days. Read the apology below.

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