Kanye West eager to mend friendship with Drake ahead of album release

Kanye West eager to mend friendship with Drake ahead of album release

- Kanye West and Drake had a famous falling out last year after Drake accused Kanye of spilling the beans about his secret son to his Good Music labelmate, Pusha T

- Pusha T then used this information in a diss track against Drake, exposing the fact that Drake was a father to the rest of the world

- Drake became upset with Kanye as he maintained he was not ready to reveal his son, Adonis, to the world at the time

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Since finding religion, Kanye is eager to make amends and revealed that he plans to reach out to Drake by dropping his new phone number off at Drake's house.

He revealed this during a two-hour interview with Apple Music's Zane Lowe, ahead of the upcoming release of his ninth studio album Jesus is King.

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He told Lowe, "You cannot be in service to God and be mad at your brother next door. I go to Drake’s house. I walk over there with no security and just will leave my phone number. Here’s my cell."

He continued, "I’m not trying to ring the doorbell and say, ‘You gotta come outside right now.’ He might be busy. He got a studio in there.”

When asked about Jay Z, whom he has also being distant from lately, he became even more philosophical.

He said, “With Jay, I love all of these people, but you got to know there’s a lineage of Jay to Ye to Drake.

“It’s this person is your idol. Then you get to know ’em, then you be friends, then you turn to frenemies, then you turn to enemies, and then you gotta bring back the positive energy. But that is the lineage of rap kings and inspirers.”

West has delayed the release of his hotly-anticipated gospel album, Jesus Is King, several times. It is scheduled to drop today.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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