Published: Sun, December 16, 2018
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Kardashian Echoes Husband, 'He Paved the Way for Drake'

Kardashian Echoes Husband, 'He Paved the Way for Drake'

After slamming rapper Drake for taking underhanded shots at him, rapper Kanye has now accused him of threatening and bullying him.

Kim Kardashian then jumped in as well, warning Drake not to threaten her family, and followed with a post about how brilliant West is.

West alleged Drake was behind audience members rushing the stage and splashing fellow rapper Pusha T with liquid during a concert in Toronto in November.

Drake went on to claim he told Kanye about his son and suggested Kanye had disclosed that information to Pusha T. Kanye and Pusha T have both denied the suggestion.

'So drake if anything happens to me or anyone from my family you are the first suspect So cut the tough talk, ' wrote Kanye.

West also accused Drake of picking on people with mental health issues.

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Kim has previously been surrounded by Twitter trolls and allegations accusing the mum-of-three of previously being involved with Drake romantically.

"Been trying to meet with you for 6 months bro You sneak dissing on [Travis Scott] records and texting Kris [Jenner] talking bout how's the family", Kanye continued.

"It's all love bro but don't play with me", West tweeted.

"If I'm bipolar This kind of s**t can get me ramped", he tweeted.

The first public shade: After several collaborations and mutual public praise, Drake seems to come at West for the first time in a 2011 with an interview with The Source. On the album's song, "Infrared" Pusha claims Drake uses a ghostwriter (i.e. his raps aren't his own). In the midst of Kanye's Twitter revelations, he confirmed that he would not be granting clearance for "Say What's Real".

Drake has not addressed West's accusations beyond posting crying-tears-of-laughter emojis on his Instagram Story, and a representative for the rapper declined to comment on the tweets.

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