In Chicago earlier this morning, it seemed as if Kanye West's childhood home was vandalized by Drake fans with a handful of hateful signs. This comes after a revival of their longtime clash.
The signs at the front of West's childhood home taunt West, state that Certified Loverboy, Drake's long-awaited album, is coming and seemingly insults West's friend Justin LaBoy.
This recent incident comes after Kanye West's biggest listening party for his anticipated album, Donda. Further, it also comes after a few clashes over social media. Last week, Drake seemed to have dissed West in his feature on Trippie Redd's latest album, Trip at Knight. West then added Pusha-T, who also had a clash with Drake in 2018, to a group chat with Drake. West messaged a picture of the Joker in the group chat and a caption stating, "You will never recover." Later, West posted the address of Drake's mansion in Toronto on his social media.
Drake immediately made sure to push out a response by evidently "hacking" Sportcenter's broadcast and announce that his album will release on September 3rd. Sportscenter later apologized for the disturbance.
"We want to apologize for any interruptions viewers might have experienced during SportsCenter this morning. We had some technical difficulties that have since been resolved."Sports Center
However, after all this, West still found a way to respond. He has recently been changing the release date on his album almost every week since its announcement. But, after Drake announced his September 3rd release date, West made sure to change his release date to the same day.
This is when West's childhood home was vandalized by fans. It seems as if fans want to join in on the fun of these clashes. But, these clashes seem to be fairly real after years of an unresolved feud between the two. Further, this is not an excuse to vandalize West's childhood home.
For fans, two of the biggest artists of this generation are releasing highly anticipated albums. September 3rd seems to be the day that listeners finally get two of the biggest albums of the year. However, the artists seem to want to focus on their clashes. Regardless, both of their albums will hopefully be releasing next week and fans are cannot wait.