Kanye West makes public apologies to Drake and Jay Cole

Kanye West Drake and J. Cole is demanding a public apology from both.

In a new series of tweets on Monday (14 September), ‘Ye called the two rappers and referred to himself as the famous slave rebel leader Nat Turner. The Good Music Leader claimed with a second tweet that he is “America’s second richest black man”, and then a third stating that he is waiting to meet up with Jay-Z.

“I need a public apology from Jay Cole and Drake. To start immediately … I’m Nat Turner … I’m fighting for us,” Kanye began. He then talks on his relationship with Jay-Z. As Kanye mentions Nat Turner, he compares himself to the black man who was famous as a slave rebel leader in the 1830s. Turner’s rebellion occurred in Southampton County, Va.

“I’m waiting to meet with Sean Carter,” he later wrote, mistakenly mistaking Hove’s government name, which Sean wrote. He later apologized for the error. “I meant bad I mean Sean … no disrespect to my older brother,” he said. Kanye West is referring to a three-year-long split between himself and Jay. The pair were last seen together in 2016, and were reunited at Didi’s 50th birthday party in 2019, but there is no official confirmation yet about the status of their relationship.

As Kanye West’s tweeting spree continues, the rapper compared the NBA to modern-day slavery and also cited Travis Scott’s new deal with McDonald’s.

Kanye has been known to open on Twitter, and it’s been about a month since he did it like it’s tonight. Yeezy made several arbitrary tweets last month and before that, he went on another rant, calling his wife, Kim Kardashian, his mother-in-law, Chris Jenner, actor Shia LaBeoff and others.

Drake and J. See Kanye West’s tweet apologizing to Cole, as well as comparing himself to slave rebel leader Nat Turner.

See Drake and Jay Cole apologize in Kanye West’s recent Twitter rant