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Drake Hits Back After Kanye West Says His Music Is Overplayed: 'I Don't Respect It'



Why cannot we be good friends? Drake opened up about his feuds with Kanye West and Meek Mill in an in depth interview with DJ Semtex on Beats 1's OVO Sound Radio on Saturday, February 18. The Canadian rapper, 30, admitted that he was confused by West's considerably-publicized onstage rant for the duration of one of his Saint Pablo tour dates last yr, when he criticized radio stations for overplaying music by mainstream rap artists, which include Drake and DJ Khaled "I assume everyone has their personal tiny issues going on. I'm not really positive what he is referring to half the time mainly because, in the exact same breath, I went from doing work on a undertaking with him to him type of, like, publicly s--ting on me and DJ Khaled for being on the radio too much," Drake explained in the course of the hourlong radio interview. "When I hear that, I just distance myself from it," he continued. "If that is what it is, I don't even actually comprehend the point you are striving to make, but what ever it is that you are going through, I accept it. I will not respect it at all. Me and Khaled are the two just, like, fantastic people. I am not actually absolutely sure why we're the target of your choice that you produced that night. But once more, I accept what you are going via." Us Weekly previously reported, West was hospitalized for severe exhaustion in November 2016, days soon after abruptly cutting his concert in Sacramento quick following a rant towards numerous of his peers, including Beyoncé and Jay Z. Sources previously advised that West's breakdown was caused by the tension of his workload and the aftermath of his wife Kim Kardashian 's Paris robbery. Drake also opened up on Saturday night about his public feud with Mill, 29, which sparked right after Mill claimed Drake utilised a ghostwriter to compose a number of of his chart-topping singles. The spat resulted in a series of back-and-forth diss tracks, including Drake's "Charged Up" and "Back to Back." Kim Kardashian and Kanye Delight in Romantic Dinner Date Why We're Obsessed With Yeezy's Hijab-Sporting Model Halima Aden five Biggest Surprises at Kanye's Yeezy Show "I respect revenge when it's warranted," the "Fake Really like" performer explained. "It's not one thing that I am proud of because it took just as substantially of an emotional toll on me — possibly not as significantly as it did on him — but you always gotta hear about it. And just seeing persons get so riled up on negativity, it does not truly feel excellent. That is just somebody that I by no means actually want to be buddies with." Drake — who won two Grammy Awards for "Hotline Bling" last weekend, in spite of choosing to skip the ceremony — also opened up to OVO Sound Radio about his emotions on the Recording Academy. "Even though 'Hotline Bling' is not a rap song, the only category they can deal with to match me in is a rap class," he explained. "Maybe because I've rapped in the past or due to the fact I am black. I cannot figure out why. I won two awards, but I do not even want them because it just feels weird for some purpose."

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