according to @tmz_tv, #Breezy and #KanyeWest everything is fine. As for Drake, the beef was squashed, but in an accidental situation.
In an exclusive interview with TMZ, Yeezy’s manager #BuThiam said that after Breezy said “Kanye a whole h*e”, Breezy and the Chicago rapper solved the problem, and his song did not appear in “Donda” .
His agent went on to say that as long as Drake does not criticize Yeezy in the upcoming #CLB album, things will be squashed by Drake.
“Bu told us that the things between Ye and Drizzy are cool-but if Drake targets Kanye in any song on’CLB,’ all of this could change-Kanye will almost certainly respond,” TMZ Report.
As for the Soga boy, neither of them spoke. If you remember, he was also not happy that his song was not made into an album.
He wrote on Twitter: “I know how it feels, Kanye sent me the song’Remote Control’, but I can’t hear my lyrics. Well, fuck that n*gga,” Soulja continued “This n*gga Kanye smh. Tell buddies not to call my cell phone anymore.”
As previously reported, “Tang Da” caused quite a stir in the entertainment industry. After his release, Kanye stated that he had not given Universal Pictures approval.
Soon after his album was taken off the shelves, Kanye wrote on Instagram: “UNIVERSAL released my album without my approval.” He continued, “They hacked Prison 2 on the album.”
Although this may be a controversial topic, “Don Da” is breaking records! Recently, it was reported that Kanye made $7 million in revenue by personally selling his “Donda” merchandise.
If this is not enough, it is reported that the “Beats” commercial composed of Sha’Carri Richardson and Kanye’s new song “No Child Left behind” has received more than 35 million views since its release.
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