Kim Kardashian Reacts to Kanye West's Feud with Drake

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In a series of furious tweets, Kanye said: 'I used to bring Travis with me everywhere with me. In his Twitter rant, Kanye said: "I told you I ain't tell Pusha about your son". He also accused Drake of targeting people suffering from mental illness and contacting his wife and mother-in-law Kris Jenner behind his back. The tweets seemingly got Drake's attention, but according to Kanye, Drake just called and threatened him.

West shared the request from Drake's team for their song Say What's Real and followed it with: "Still need that apology for mentioning the 350s and trying to take food out your idols kids mouths".

Kanye also made a lot of statements during his tweet storm, so let's unpack a few of them. After the assailants were removed from stage, Pusha suggested they were doing Drake's bidding, saying, "This n*gga pays some n*ggas to throw beer?"

'Guys, i know there are grown men arguing online rn but miley and i dropping our attractive, new songs tonight.

Kanye, 41 - who is married to Kim Kardashian West - then claimed he'd been trying to meet with the "God's Plan" rapper for "six months".

This is not the first time West has spoken out against Drake. In the midst of Kanye's Twitter revelations, he confirmed that he would not be granting clearance for "Say What's Real".

Naturally, the whole thing as awkward seeing as how West and Scott are practically family - West is married to Kim Kardashian and Scott shares daughter Stormi with Kylie Jenner.

It all appeared to be done in an effort to get Drake to reach out, and West tweeted that he did. Picture: Kanye West/Twitter And the internet's reaction was exactly what you expected it to be.

Drake reps Nike (checks), while Kanye has a deal with Adidas (stripes). Drake did not respond on Twitter.

It's safe to say that Drake must have witnessed this unravelling because he posted an Instagram story that only featured the hysterical laughing face while West was going off.

Rich, light-skinned shit: After years of apparently getting along (at least in public), Drake drops "Summer Sixteen" in 2016, on which he brags about having a bigger pool than West.