Ye Claims He “Washed” Kendrick Lamar And Drake In Past Songs

Roommates, it looks like Ye felt a lil’ left out of the alleged beef between Kendrick Lamar and Drake. The ‘Vultures 1’ artist popped off on Thursday (March 28) in an Instagram post.

Last week, Future and Metro Boomin’ released a joint album named ‘WE DON’T TRUST YOU’ on March 22. Kendrick jumped on the project’s sixth track, ‘Like That,’ and seemingly took shots at Drizzy and J. Cole by referring to their recent collab, ‘First Person Shooter.’  He also seemingly threw dirt on Drake’s ‘For All The Dogs’ project.

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Here’s What Ye Said About Kendrick, Drake & More

While social media has been picking sides between K.Dot and Drizzy, Ye clarified that he’s not feeling either. In fact, he claimed to have “washed” both rappers in the previous songs.

“Everyone knows I washed Kendrick on ‘No More Parties in LA.’ Everyone knows I washed Drake at the ‘Free Hoover’ concert; everyone knows I brought Adidas into this culture, and I took them out,” West wrote in his post.

For context, ‘No More Parties’ is Ye and Kendrick Lamar’s first collaboration track. The pair released the song in 2022, and grew in popularity for its catchy and playful verses about rich people’s problems and the fake celebrity lifestyle, per Genius.

As for Drake, Ye refers to when they came together for performances at the ‘Free Larry Hoover Benefit Concert’ in December 2021.

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In his continued rant, Ye spoke on his perceived impact on hip-hop and the culture.

“Everyone knows lotta Demna Virgil Jerry Kim all worked for me. I made ‘Yeezuz’ ‘Dark Fantasy’ ‘Pablo’ ‘Graduation’ and ‘Father Stretch.’ I am the only person to come back to number one after cancellation. There is only one goat. I stand by me. My friends call me Ye :)”

Read Ye’s full post here. 

So, What’s The Tea Between Drake & Kendrick?

As the internet went wild with beef speculations, Metro Boomin stepped in via X to suggest people pay attention to the music. He wrote, “Y’all n****s stop making stuff up for engagement and enjoy the music.” 

Meanwhile, Drake and J. Cole recently concluded their ‘It’s All A Blur’ tour on March 27 in Alabama. Two days before, on March 25, Drake seemingly addressed Kendrick Lamar during one of his shows. He recently followed up with an Instagram post captioned, “They rather go to war with me than admit they are their own worst enemy.” 

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