Kanye West took to Twitter on Wednesday to publicly apologize to Drake over their prolonged discord.
He posted a series of tweets which addressed the feud that the two were engaged in over the year.
Alongside a screenshot of Drake’s stage, Kanye he wrote: “Sending good energy and love to Drake and family and crew.”
“I haven’t seen the show in person but the images look incredible online I understand where the confusion started,” he added.
In his tweets, the Gold Digger rapper acknowledged that he was at fault, and issued an apology to Drake to remedy his faults.
He apologized to Drake for “stepping on [his] release date in the first place,” and also acknowledged the relationship the two shared. He talked about how the two pf them had been “building a bond and working on music together, including squashing the issues with Cudi at our office.”
After shedding light on their supposed bromance, Kanye accepted the blame for instigating a feud between him and Drake. He stated that he had been “a bit ramped up doing 25 tweets a day, and TMZ happened shortly after.”
While alluding to the contentious track released by him in April, Kanye said, “Because we spoke about doing Lift Yourself together I should have given you the opportunity for us to do this together before I released it.”
The feud between the two was not specific to a single track, and constituted of several other details as well. If fan theories are to be believed, prior to the release of his song “March 14”, from his album Scorpion which released in May, Drake had organized a special hearing of it for Kanye. Fans of the Canadian singer admitted to the inclusion of Drake’s son on the track.
While Drake was caught up midst the pre-release festivities of his album, Scorpion, Pusha T dropped two songs, one of which was the “The Story of Adidon,” in which he insinuated at the birth of Drake’s son, in a rather distasteful way. Speculations regarding the production of the song centered around Kanye backing it up, but the 41 year old rapper cancelled the rumors in his apology to Drake on Twitter.
“Since we were building as friends and brothers I should have spoken to Pusha about the Quentin Miller bar. There should have been no songs with my involvement that had any negative energy towards you,” he wrote.
“I never listened to either diss track that followed but I did hear quotes from both songs after they were released,” he continued.
“I did not have any conversations about your child with Pusha,” Kanye stated. “I don’t play with the idea of people’s children after I spoke to Wiz a few years earlier.”
“I understand Pusha’s issues as a man if someone mentions your fiancé men go mask off,” he continued. “I’ve done the same myself at times. I love you and I love Pusha and we all have an admiration for each other’s craft,” he added.
Kanye ended the series of tweets on optimistic note, raising a white flag to the In My Feelings singer.
He not only apologized to Drake virtually, but also made plans of attending one of his concerts soon to end the feud in person.
He wrote, “This is all Jedi level. I will be coming to your show within the next seven days to give love and be inspired by the art you have created.”