In a clip that surfaced during a live set on Wednesday, the 33-year-old rapper seemed to set the standard by performing alongside Future.
In the explosive lyrics, Drake refers to Kylie Jenner as well as her sister Kendall and their boyfriend Gigi Hadid.
“Yeah, I’m a hater for society / Real sh * t, Kylie Jenner which is a secondary play / Yeah, I have 20 moms *** in‘ Kylies, “he reminded his followers.
Although the song appears to add to speculation that they had already been involved, Drake then shared a statement on Instagram where he explained that the clip was three years old.
The rapper went to express his regrets, admitting that he did not want to “disrespect” his friends.
“A song that aired last night on the soundtrack of night owls should not have been played.
“It’s a song that leaked 3 years ago and was dropped shortly after. It just went too far in the Drake / Future catalog. The last thing I want to do is wake up with friends who feel disrespectful so I just had to say that to start the day. ”
Since the suggestive lyrics were posted, there have been a lot of fan comments regarding the song.
“Drake said Kylie was on his side in this future collaboration?” Spicy, ”wrote a fan.
“@Drake u don’t have to be a ***** and call @KylieJenner a side room. Where are the real men? Added another.
Rumors have been circulating around Kylie and Drake since they were seen making themselves comfortable at her birthday party last year.
At the time, a source told Hollywood Life that the duo was unprepared for a relationship.
“Kylie likes Drake’s company, she thinks he’s funny and attractive, but that’s where it ends right now. “
Drake, who has known the Kardashian-Jenner family for a few years and even played Kylie’s 16th birthday, allegedly downplayed rumors last year that they might become an item.
Kylie is currently self-isolating with daughter Stormi and ex-boyfriend Travis Scott and has yet to comment on the lyrics.
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