Kanye West might have ignited a new beef with fellow rapper Big Sean after his recent interview with Drink Champs. The latter has now replied on Twitter.

The duo has had a tumultuous relationship for years now. In the past, both rappers have praised each other’s work too.

However, Kanye, who recently changed his name to Ye, had different things to say about his fellow artist during his recent appearance on the Drink Champs show.

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Kanye West and Big Sean’s beef explored

Ye sat down with Drink Champs‘ hosts DJ EFN and N.O.R.E. for his first interview since the release of his highly anticipated album, Donda.

The conversation contained numerous quotable moments. The artist also opened up about his beef with Drake and detailed some of his biggest regrets.

However, Ye’s answer confused the hosts when they asked, who would he pick out of Pusha T and Big Sean.

Both these artists were signed with Ye’s label GOOD Music. While Big Sean left recently, Pusha T is still very much a part of it.

Before answering the question, Ye got up and grabbed a fake gravestone from the leftover Halloween decorations. “Let me tell you. I already decided that when I die, on my tombstone it’s gonna say, ‘I deserve to be here because I signed Big Sean,” the star said.

Host Noreaga didn’t understand what Ye meant by this.

The rapper further clarified saying that he felt that signing Big Sean to GOOD Music was the “worst thing he has ever done.” Ouch!

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‘Mercy’ rapper responds to Ye’s comments

Ye’s comments predictably pierced through his former collaborator Big Sean.

The Bounce Back singer took to Twitter to respond to Ye’s scathing remarks.

Seemingly laughing off Ye’s comments, the Detroit rapper wrote, “I just got asked to be on the next Drink Champs so I’m assuming Ye talkin crazy,” posting laughing emojis alongside his comments.

Sean posted a series of other tweets, in one of them, he attached recent pics from a hang sesh with Ye. The rappers are seen standing and talking to each other while accompanied by another friend.

In the caption of the pics, Big Sean wrote, “Was just wit this man, he ain’t say none of that!!! And this was after the interview! I’m dying laughing at you.”

A look at the rappers’ complicated relationship

Hip Hop fans might remember that Kanye was visibly hurt when Big Sean and John Legend did not support his bid for Presidency in 2020.

Ye brought it up again during his Drink Champs interview, saying, “I know this man’s mama. I’ve changed this man’s family. And both John Legend and Big Sean, when I ran for office, got used quick by the Democrats to come at the boy that actually changed their life, and that’s some sellout s**t. And I don’t rock with neither of them, and I need their apologies.”

Previously, Big Sean opened up about why he didn’t join the likes of GOOD Music artists Teyana Taylor, Nas and others who were releasing 7-track albums in 2018.

“I just wasn’t feeling the vibe,” the rapper said, “That’s no disrespect. I was loving the projects, but I just couldn’t get in the groove. That’s just something you can’t force.”



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