Drake was invited on the HBO show of LeBron James and Maverick Carter The store last night, where he talked about his parents, the mother of his son and his recent fight with Kanye West and Pusha-T. As Complex He reportedly stated that it all started when Kanye invited him to Wyoming to work on some rhythms for Drake, including "Lift Yourself".
"I ended up connecting with Ye, and he sold me throughout this speech" I'm in a great place, I'm making money, and I'm a father, and I want to be Quincy Jones and help you, but to do that, you must be transparent with me " Drake said, "And you have to put on your music, and you have to tell me when you're going to fall. And I know you do not like doing things like that. "And then, I was in the studio, I guess we all felt a real sense of it, so I played my music and told him I was falling.
Drake still thought things were good between them, so he went to Wyoming, where he discovered that Kanye was working on his own album. "I'm in Wyoming, I play him" March 14. "I send you a picture of my son," Drake recalled. "I tell him I'm having problems with my son's mother, we had a conversation." That's when things started to go sideways.
"I wake up, and all these dates are out, one by one by one, all of them around June 15," Drake continued. "Then the next two days, whatever it is, I now stand up to this text of yours, passive as, & # 39; I, I love you, brother & # 39 ;." Get up with yourself "go out with him just talking nonsense Oh, this guy is cheating on me This was like a manipulator, like," I want to break you. "So I said okay, I'm going to distance myself again. It's this, then the first album falls in. And, of course, there's a song of disgust for me that you produced, is that talking about writing, I was just there with you as friends helping you, and now you're disliking me. Man, this is dark. "
In response to the dissonation in "Infrared" of the album produced by Kanye de Pusha-T Daytona, Drake came out with "Duppy Freestyle", shooting both Pusha and Kanye. And then, of course, Pusha released "The Story of Adidon," an absolutely cruel apology track that revealed the existence of Drake's son, persecuted his family and taunted Noah's "40" multiple sclerosis of Shebib. Drake says he was horrified:
People love to say, like rap purists and people who love confrontation, they love to say, "Yes, there are no rules in this shit." But there are rules in this shit. And I'm going to tell you something: it's like, I knew something was going to come up about my son. They had to add the best to make it more attractive, which is fine. I understand that. Even that, I was like, OK. Mom and dad, whatever. You do not even know my family. But I say to you, wishing death to my friend who has MS … I study rap battles to make a living. Now, when you mention helpless people who are sick in the hospital, who died, that really sent me to a place where I just believed, and now I think, that there is a price you have to pay for that. It's over. You'll get … someone is going to punch you in the fucking face. The shit is done, the event is over. I wanted to do other things. I did not want to improve your reputation or your career by responding to you and having this exchange. And that was all for me.
Drake also reveals that he recorded another track for Diss in response to "terrible things," but decided not to publish it. "I came home and I just heard it, and I thought, man, this is not something I want to be remembered for," he said. "This is not even a place I necessarily want to go. And to all the people who enjoy that, I take their hats off. By the way, hell of a chess movement. The song [“The Story Of Adidon”]I thought it was garbage. But the chess movement was a genius. Against the wall. I get dirty or fall backwards and I have this kind of cracks in my armor for the rest of the time to a rap purist. Which is fine, I can live with that. I would rather live with that than with the things I was about to … the research I did, the things I was going to say, and the places I was going to go. Not only for him, but also for the other. "
The meat is over, according to Kanye West and rap figure J Prince behind the scene, and Kanye later apologized to Drake for "any negative energy" in a nighttime storm at night.
Elsewhere in its appearance in The store, Drake discussed his relationship with his son and the mother of his son:
I want to be able to explain to my son what happened, but I have no desire not to love his mother. Or I never want the world to get mad at his mother. We are in a situation, and we are both equally responsible. And now I'm really excited to be a great father. I have a son, he is a beautiful child. Whatever happens, I have an unconditional love for the mother of my son because I want him to love his mother and I have to project that energy. But I did not come from that. I came from my mother saying: "No, your father is this." But one thing that my father would never speak ill of my mother never, never, never. And my mother is the most kind, kind and sweet woman, but she is a despised woman and an exhausted woman.
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Last night, at his show in Los Angeles, as Pitchfork reports, Drake took Chris Brown on stage as a special guest. "I want to share this moment with all of you tonight, this is something I've been waiting for a long time, I have the greatest respect, I think this guy is one of the most talented human beings on the planet," he said before Brown interpreted the " Party. "" I never had the opportunity to show him, so I thought tonight, at Staples Center, with each and every one of you, it would be the perfect time to share this moment. "