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Kanye West
Kanye West
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Kanye West and Drake's Beef Has Officially Ended

The rappers were seen in a video at the Toronto artist's mansion. Dave Chappelle was also there.

Kanye West and Drake’s beef seems to have ended.

Since Instagram serves as somewhat of news breaking platform for many artists, that was where the news was first unveiled. Kanye posted an image of both the rappers together alongside J Prince. Then Drake and West each shared a clip of Dave Chappelle touching on how they decided to make up.

“Make some noise for Kanye and Drake and make some noise for our reconciliation,” Chappelle said from inside of Drake’s home. “We got work to do, let’s go.” This video was on Kanye’s Instagram Stories. “Knife Talk,” the Certified Lover Boy track featuring 21 Savage and Project Pat was also the highlight of another post West shared, he’s shown next to Drake listening to it.

J Prince tweeted about the meet-up between the two rappers. He added that they’ll be performing at a Free Larry Hoover Concert in December. “What a beautiful night I had last night in Canada. Let’s make history December 9. Free Larry Hoover Concert,” Hoover tweeted.

The strangest part about all of this is that Kanye has possibly shared Drake's home address online during their issues.

A week ago, J Prince dropped a video of Kanye who spoke about the “ongoing back and forth” between him and Drake. He alluded to a concert request also. At one point he said, “Both me and Drake have taken shots at each other and it’s time to put it to rest.”

West added: “I believe this event will not only bring awareness to our cause, but prove to people – everywhere – how much more we can accomplish when we lay our pride to the side and come together.”

Kanye also spoke about the Toronto rapper during his second Drink Champs interview. "It's not always about the conversation you wanna have, it's about the conversation," he said during the appearance. "If I have a conversation that Drake don’t wanna have about, ‘What did this line right here mean,’ though, he gonna avoid the conversation…I say it out loud, I’m now the crazy one."

Stay tuned here as more news emerges.