Kanye West has apparently had a tiff with his long time confidante and brother Jay-Z!
Kanye stopped his concert in Seattle three times during the show to talk about his recent issues with Jay-Z. The first time he took a break from performing was in between ‘Pop Style’. The track was originally supposed to be a collaboration between Kanye, Jay Z, and Drake but only Drake was featured on the version appearing on Views. He then went to say that this was due to some “Tidal-Apple bullshit”.
He went on to recount the making of the song, saying, “I start freestyling to it. Jay thought of a couple lines … I said, ‘Man go ahead and throw it on there. Drake will be so surprised, he probably wasn’t expecting you to be on there.’ We sent it back to him and he said, ‘Oh shit, the Throne is on this shit.’” Kanye continued, “Then Jay thought of it and out of respect for Meek Mill, he didn’t want to be on the track.” Kanye offered to call Drake and Mill to squash the beef, “… but then out of that paranoid, it went into TIDAL, some political shit, some shit about percentages on songs.”
He ended the rant with “There will never be a Watch The Throne 2”!
He then expressed his issue about how Jay Z just called him instead of showing up at his place after Kim Kardashian got robbed in Paris. He said, “Don’t call me, after the robbery, and say ‘how you feelin?’ You wanna know how I’m feelin? Come by the house.”
"Don't call me, after the robbery, and say 'how you feelin?' You wanna know how I'm feelin? Come by the house," – Kanye #SaintPabloTour pic.twitter.com/G6wkIzbY0n
— McKenna Moe (@MoeMunyMoeProbs) October 20, 2016
Everyone in attendance thought this was the end of his rant and that he would continue with his performance. But the final nail in the coffin was yet to be delivered. Right when the music started for “Niggas In Paris”, a track which is supremely famous for featuring Jay Z and Kanye, Kanye yelled out “Stop this, next!” and on cue the next song “Can’t Tell Me Nothing” started playing.
Shots fired! Major shots fired.
We hope they sort their stuff out, because that’s a hip-hop match made in heaven.