Kanye West’s Manager Says He Could Squash the Beef With Drake Depending on ‘Clb’ Jabs
Kanye West and Drake resurrected their feud in August, with several jabs emerging from Drizzy’s verse on Trippie Redd’s “Betrayal,” which was released in January. Despite all of the insults launched, Kanye’s manager Abou “Bu” Thiam thinks they have a chance to put it behind them.
In a recent interview with TMZ, Bu offered his views on the situation preceding Certified Lover Boy’s anticipated release on Friday (September 3).
“It’s two creatives taking jabs at each other, but they could rectify it, man,” he admitted. “Yeah, of course. You know, we’ll see. His album comes out I think in a couple days … Friday. Depending on what he says on his album, we’ll see.”
He agreed with the interviewer’s assessment that it was too soon to judge since Drake might have future disses up his sleeve.
Also, while answering a question, Bu also spoke about Chris Brown and Soulja Boy’s disappointment with Kanye West for not using their vocals on Donda.
“It’s Kanye’s album, man,” he said. “He’s painting his picture. You can’t tell someone to use your verse or not use your verse. There’s 10001 artists that didn’t make the album. That’s why I was so surprised when I heard the responses from all these artists. I’m like, ‘People do that shit all the time.’ No disrespect, Chris [Brown] is like my little brother, that’s family, Soulja Boy… it’s all love and it wasn’t intentional.”
Bu also hinted at Kanye West’s issues with Universal Music Group, which he says released Donda without his permission.
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