In a series of tweets that West later deleted, Kim Kardashian's husband ranted, "I had to bring this up because it's the most f***ed up thing of all and I just saw it this morning," referring to Drake following West's wife on Instagram in September.
"Imagine having a problem with somebody and they follow your wife on Instagram," West also wrote.
"We truly wish this man the best and pray that he will find the same happiness that we have."
West added, "Love everyone," and "All positive vibes" in his last tweets on the issue.
Previously, the "Gold Digger" singer charged that Drake had "threatened the safety" of him and his family.
According to West, Drake also texted his mother-in-law Kris Jenner behind his back, dissed him on songs and tried to "take food out Kanye's kids mouth."
For his part, Drake accused West of leaking details about Drake's secret son.
Drake eventually admitted he was the father of the boy.
On December 13, West demanded on Twitter that Drake apologize for the allegation that he had leaked the news.
But in the new tweets, West seems most disturbed about Drake following his wife.
Adding fuel to the ongoing feud is that some fans surmised that Kim could be the "Kiki" whom Drake mentions in the opening of his song "In My Feelings."
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It seemed to imply that Drake had been sneaking down the street to have an affair with Kim to get back at West!
West and Drake live in the same neighborhood.
After ad vehemently denied the rumors, saying she'd never had sex with Drake, West appeared to patch things up with the fellow rap star.
West had said he was "dealing with mental s**t" during the dustup.
But now, after Christmas, West has launched new social media sniping – continuing the battle between the two men that's been going on since May!
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