Ye, previously known as Kanye West, has apologised to Soulja Boy following an ongoing feud between the pair.
The dispute began when the ‘Stronger’ singer removed Soulja Boy’s verse from ‘Remote Control’, a track featured on his recent album ‘Donda’. Ye never informed Soulja Boy that he planned to remove the verse, so when the song dropped without his feature, Soulja Boy hit out.
In retaliation, Soulja Boy took to Twitter to publicly diss Ye. The rapper tweeted, “I was the first rapper [with] @KimKardashian not [you] 😉 @kanyewest 😂.”
He even went on to reference Ye’s famous on-stage outburst at the 2009 MTV Music Awards following Taylor Swift’s win, writing, “If u would have [run] on stage and snatched a mic from my hand, I would have knocked yo ass out live on MTV @kanyewest.”
Following Soulja Boy’s August social media scolding, Ye eventually responded to the controversy in a November interview with Drink Champs. And, during the conversation indicated that the deleted verse was of poor quality.
However, the public feud between the two rappers seems to have been put to bed after Ye initiated an apology and shared the evidence in an Instagram post.
A screenshot of the text conversation showed the controversial figure taking the first steps to reconciliation. Kanye West wrote, “Yo it’s Ye. Love you bro. I should have told you I wasn’t gonna use the verse.” Accepting his apology Soulja Boy responded, “Love you too bro. That’s all I wanted.”
Since, the post has been deleted but has continued to circulate across social media.