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Kanye West allegedly added Pusha T to a group chat that he seemingly used to respond to Drake’s alleged diss verse on “Betrayal,” a song off of Trippie Redd’s new album that dropped on Friday.

In the group chat Kanye posted on his IG account, it literally says “You added Pusha to the conversation” underneath the time stamp and above the picture of the Joker.

He also made sure that the single initial “D” was prominent to suggest that Drake was one of the 8 people in the group chat.

Kanye West Group text

Why was this necessary?

If Kanye believes that Drake dissed him why does Pusha need to be added to the conversation?

From my understanding, Drake sent bars at Ye not Pusha.

I was taught that you fight your own battles.

After adding Pusha to the conversation, Kanye writes, “I live for this. I’ve been f**ked with by nerd a** jock ni**as like you my whole life. You will never recover. I promise you.”

I guess we can expect another month delay on DONDA while Kanye creates a response song featuring Pusha T.

I’m not even sure that Drake dissed Kanye on the song in question because the bar that he supposedly said “Ye” sounds like he could’ve said “They.”

Drake raps: 

All these fools I’m beefin’ that I barely know

Forty-five, forty-four (Burned out), let it go 

Ye ain’t changin’ s**t for me, it’s set in stone.

Rollin’ stones, heavy stones 

Precious stone, let me make my presence known.

You be the judge, listen to the verse below (Drake starts rapping at the 1:03 minute mark):

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Source: TMZ