Things are getting better between Big Sean and Kanye West. Amid public upheaval, the rappers reunited monday night (January 17) in Los Angeles. Photos show the pair leaving a studio with French Montana, fuelling speculation that they are back on good terms.
It‘s unclear what they‘re doing, but one theory is that Kanye West is working on Donda 2 that we‘ve written to you before. . . It indicates they‘re working on Frost 2. On the same night, he was seen at the Studio with Pusha T, Fivio Foreign and The Game. This came after Ye told G. O. O. D. Music that signing Sean was “the worst thing I‘ve ever done” during his infamous “Drink Champs” interview.
“When I died, on my headstone, I decided it would say, ‘I deserve to be here because I signed Big Sean,'” he said while holding a headstone propeller.
Ye was in the studio with Big Sean, French Montana, Pusha T, Pressa, Fivio, The Game, and others last night. (1.17.22) pic.twitter.com/j31q3dPW5q
— Ye Media (@KanyeMedia_) January 18, 2022
“I know this man mama, bro. 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 they boy that actually changed their life,” he added. “And that’s some sell-out shit. And I don’t rock with neither of them.”
During his own appearance on “Drink Champs,” Sean commented on Ye‘s “bitch ass” comments. Sean
Acknowledging Ye‘s role in his career, he said, “What he said was nonsense. ” “I love Kanye, brother. I love him for the opportunity he gave me and all this stuff, but I thought what he said was shit. ”
Big Sean, who left G. O. O. D. Music last year and founded his own company, also claimed ye still owed him about $6 million from what he described as an “unfair” record deal.
Kanye and Hit-Boy also seem to have buried their beef. Ye posted a video of Hit-Boy in the studio with his son listening to Ye‘s “Eazy” collaboration with The Game.