Jay-Z’s Drake verse has Twitter going wild after Kanye Beef

Drake’s highly anticipated new album Boy in love certified is finally here, and it has a killer feature that is rocking the Twitter rap. It’s true, just a week later Jay Z appeared on Kanye West Donda, Jay also visited Drake’s new album.

At the CLBs “Love All”, Jay-Z closes the track with a long verse that echoes everything the Brooklyn rapper has adopted since. 4:44: the family, its past versus its present and the cost of backstabbing. The feature ends with a line that kills: “Everyone wants something / You know the price of everything but the value of nothing.” “

Of course, rap fans know that Jay-Z just contributed an equally sick line to West’s “Jail,” a haunting and highly anticipated hit song that opens Ye’s. Donda. With references to Jay’s long-standing friendship with West, including their successful collaboration Look at the throne, it’s the heartbreak of a feature film from one of the album’s most intense hits.

But the two characteristics just come from a strange beef between Kanye and Drake. The two rappers have a difficult history which was unearthed again after collaborators on both sides started brawling on social media. West turned the heat on when he compiled an Instagram group chat with nine people, one of whom was alleged to be Drake, with a Joker still seemingly promising that Drake will “never get over it.” Their two albums released a week apart following the text, with Donda August 29 and BEC today, September 3.

All the while, Jay-Z seems to have taken the plunge and left his mark on both of their jobs, blowing the internet in the process with the weird twist. As a meme says, “I play both sides, so that I’m always in the lead.

Rap Twitter is more torn than ever over who released the best song.

Either way, you better believe Jay-Z is laughing all the way to the bank.

The most emblematic duality of man since Spider-man 3.

Beef or not, in the end, it’s all about the money.

As for the beef? As long as there is no diss BEC, Kanye says he’s ready to mash the beef. Hopefully that’s the case, because getting a collaboration between these two rappers again would be legendary.

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