Kanye West is back again but this time in a more polite way as he stopped by 107.5’s “WGCI Morning Show” in his hometown of Chicago on Wednesday morning (Aug. 29) for a wide-ranging and emotional interview, where he spoke out on topics including his support for Trump, his controversial slavery comment, and his role in the Drake vs. Pusha-T feud.
“It hits me in a really sensitive place,” said ‘Ye when asked about his relationship with Drake. “Because you, like, hang around people and they come to your house and be around your family and this and that, and then they get mad about a beat and then send you purple demon emojis.”
But he downplayed the severity of the situation. “It ain’t no beef. Ain’t nobody going to jail. It’s no in between,” he said. “We all got love for Drake. We understand that he got upset about [‘The Story of Adidon’]. I feel that it was insensitive for [Drake] to, in any way, stress me out in any way after TMZ, while I’m in Wyoming healing, pulling all the pieces together, working on my music. And you know, we’ll reconcile that one day because we got to, because we got work to do, and these voices is just too powerful.”
When asked whether he provided the intel for King Push’s scathing “Story of Adidon” diss, he denied any participation. “Don’t pull me into that type of conversation,” added Kanye. “That’s what y’all don’t even understand. I’m ‘Ye, I got major things to do other than be telling him some information about Drake. I don’t sit around and do that. I honestly don’t care that much, in all honesty.”