AceShowbiz - Who says their beef is already over? Drake appeared to reignite his feud with Kanye West when he took the stage at United Center in Chicago for his "Aubrey & the Three Migos Tour" on Saturday night, August 18.
During his performance of "Know Yourself", the Canadian hip-hop superstar threw some shades at the Yeezy founder by changing the song's lyrics. Instead of rapping, "Then Kanye dropped, it was polos and backpacks," Drake changed the line to "Kanye flopped."
But it looks like the audience was not pleased with the shade as they could be heard booing in a fan-captured video.
Feud between the hip-hop superstars first started back in May when Pusha T dissed Drake on track "Infrared" off his new album "Daytona". The "In My Feelings" hitmaker didn't waste any time to hit back by unveiling "Duppy Freestyle", which found him taking aim at both Pusha and his album's producer Kanye. On the track, he claimed that the latter once called him to help write "Father Stretch My Hands" and "30 Hours".
Instead of clapping back at Drake, Kanye took to Twitter to suggest that their feud already ended. "I've never been about beef. I'm about love lines were crossed and it's not good for anyone. So this is dead now," he said at the time.
While Kanye thought he had no more beef with the "God's Plan" hitmaker, the latter thought otherwise. After releasing his record-breaking album "Scorpion" in July, he teamed up with U.K. rap channel Link Up TV to unveil a new freestyle titled "Behind Barz". On the track, he slammed Kanye over his clothing line and shoe collection.
"They wanna link when they go no chunes/ They too worried about sellin' out shoes," he rapped. "I don't give a f**k about jeans or crap/ Or going to Milan or going to the Met."