If a picture is worth a thousand words, a new photo of Drake and Kanye West could be worked out for a book.
The hip-hop stars have been arguing in a word war for more than a decade. It took so long, no one seems to remember who fired the first missile, even though the verbal projectiles were constant.
West and Drake even collided in the run-up to their respective albums Donda and Certified lover boy. After ‘Ye briefly leaked Drake’s address, the OVO MC appeared to shoot him on his song “7am on Bridle Path” and later leak the “Life of the Party” collaboration of’ Ye and André 3000 which didn’t managed Donda.
That was then. Now the rappers seem to have buried the hatchet when we can read into a series of snapshots emerging from Drizzy’s hometown of Toronto.
Ye posted a new photo of him posing with Drake and Rap-A-Lot CEO J Prince, allegedly in front of Drizzy’s mansion. It’s labeled with the emoji of the dove of peace.
Shortly after Kanye posted, a video went around the couple becoming famous on the dance floor.
Drake and Ye. pic.twitter.com/iVaFlIkZ2t
– Word on the go (@WordOnRd) November 17, 2021
Dave Chappelle was in the house too. The stand-up comedian gave a speech to the guests in which he underlined the special moment. “You have to admit to yourself,” he said from Drake’s headquarters, “that shit is impressive.”
J. Prince attended the gathering, apparently announcing that the former enemies would take the stage for a free Larry Hoover concert next month. “What a nice night I had in Canada last night. Let’s make history. 9th of December. Free Larry Hoover concert, ”he tweeted.
What a lovely night I had in Canada last night. Let’s make history on December 9th. Free Larry Hoover concert pic.twitter.com/2ri4r6wQcf
– J Prince (@jprincerespect) November 17, 2021
The Honcho label apparently played the role of the coupler lately. Just last week, J. Prince shared a video of Ye Drake reaching out an olive branch to invite him to a concert next month that would spotlight Hoover, who is currently serving six life sentences for a gang-related murder in the 70s.