Drake opened up to LeBron James and Maverick Carter on their new HBO show “The Hop” about what went down with Kanye, which led to a diss track, competing album drops and revealing Drake has a son.
Drake thinks the nastiness started when Kanye essentially lured him to Wyoming to record music but ended up backstabbing him and betraying his trust.
Drake claims he opened up to Kanye about personal stuff, including his son, and shortly afterward news about his son broke.
This was followed by Kanye announcing his and Pusha T's album releases, which were very close to Drake's release date for "Scorpion."
Drake says this is when he realized Kanye was "manipulative" and trolling him, so he tried to back away, but it didn't stop.
Next came Pusha T's diss track "Infrared," which Drake says he actually helped him work on in Wyoming, adding, “I was just there with you as friends helping you, and now you’re dissing me? So I’m like, ‘Man, this is dark.'”
He also blasts Pusha for crossing the line for mentions Drake’s producer Shebib's battle with multiple sclerosis.