Kanye West Tweets To Make Peace Between Drake & Pusha T, Plus Opens Up About Mental Health Issues

Kanye West Tweets To Make Peace Between Drake & Pusha T, Plus Opens Up About Mental Health Issues

by Kevito
June 03, 2018 1:54 PM

With ye out and Kanye West talking about the album, the controversial Chicago MC has opened up about beef, peace, and his own mental health issues.

We’re a couple of days out from the elaborate, all-expenses-paid trip that selected influencers and media scribes enjoyed in Wyoming, where Kanye West streamed his eighth studio album live. If you have listened to it in full, you would be interested in learning that that’s not all the Louis Vuitton Don has on his mind.

STREAM: Kanye West’s Eighth Studio Album, ‘Ye,’ And Tell Us What You Thought

Taking to Twitter, West shot off a tweet which seemed to place some mileage between himself and the current tête-à-tête between Pusha T and Drake. The latter didn’t shy away from including Yeezy in his not-so-veiled diss response, “Duppy Freestyle,” even going so far to send the G.O.O.D. Music founder an “invoice” to the tune of $100,000 for helping Pusha “sell more records.”

“I’ve never been about beef,” West wrote early Saturday morning. “I’m about love. Lines were crossed and it’s not good for anyone. So this is dead now.”

Not sure how this is going to happen after what Pusha has done to escalate the issue, but neither party have commented publicly about Ye’s tweet.

Tensions aside, Kanye was in a very conversational mood during his outdoor album listening party in Wyoming. As you can see for yourself above, West sits down with legendary radio personality Big Boy for a new, special interview. The two talked about ye, scrapping the project months before releasing it, being diagnosed at 39 with a mental health issue, and what the meaning behind the album’s title was.

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Interestingly enough, West also opened up about his mental health in the new interview. A subject that was a frequent point of conversation after his tweet-storm that found him professing his love for Trump and saying that “slavery is a choice”.

Watch the full interview above to see what Kanye says about his mental state and share your thoughts with us on Twitter @Okayplayer.

SOURCE: Page Six | Pitchfork

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