​Kanye West Apologizes to Drake, Praises His "Jedi Level" Live Shows

But Drake might already have another diss track on the way
​Kanye West Apologizes to Drake, Praises His 'Jedi Level' Live Shows
Kanye West is no stranger to Twitter, but rather than making outrageous political claims, this time he's using the social media platform to reach out to Drake.
Things have been tense between the pair of rappers since Kanye got caught in the crossfire of Pusha-T and Drake's epic beef earlier this summer, but it seems that Yeezy is ready to move on from the drama.
He screenshotted an image of Drake's recent tour in support of Scorpion, sending "good energy and love" to Drake and his crew, and praising the Toronto rapper for his "incredible" live shows, calling them "Jedi level."
West went on to apologize for interfering with Scorpion's release date, which landed in June amidst a flurry of West and West-assisted projects.
The ye rapper admitted he "was a bit ramped up doing 25 tweets a day" around the time of the releases and said he should have followed through by letting Drake appear on "Lift Yourself" as planned. He also nixed a Drake verse from ye track "Yikes."
West also apologized for allowing Pusha T to diss Drake on DAYTONA cut "Infrared," which set off this year's massive feud, claiming that he shouldn't have participated in songs "that had any negative energy towards you."
West went on to say that he never spoke to Pusha T about Drake's child, saying, "I don't play with the idea of people's children" — though he seemed to let Pusha off the hook a bit since Drake did go after his fiancée on "Duppy Freestyle."
Kanye concluded his string of tweets by sending love to both Drake and Pusha-T, and promised to attend the "Aubrey and the Three Migos Tour" this week "to give love and be inspired by the art you have created."
Read the full Twitter apology below.
Despite West's goodwill, Drake is rumoured to go after him on an upcoming track with French Montana. In an unreleased collab that's making the rounds online, Drake can be heard rapping, "I told her don't wear no 350s 'round me" — a reference to West's Yeezy sneakers.