Yes indeed, that was just a Kim Kardashian look-alike.
Drake sent Twitter into a frenzy Thursday after releasing the cover art for his latest single, “Search & Rescue,” which seemingly features an image of him and the “Kardashians” star in matching motorcycle helmets.
Although it seemed unlikely that Kardashian would pose with ex-husband Kanye West’s frenemy, Drake did sample her voice in the song.
In fact, Drake savagely used a clip of Kardashian speaking about her divorce from West on the 2021 series finale of “Keeping Up With the Kardashians.”
“I didn’t come this far just to come this far and not be happy. Remember that,” the reality star, 42, said in the audio.
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Around that same time, West accused Drake of acting like he had hooked up with his now ex-wife — which she denied.
“It’s like somebody throwing a marble and hiding their hand,” West added on “Drink Champs” at the time.
Drake’s decision to reignite the feud shocked many fans given the fact the pair seemed to bury the hatchet in November 2021.
At the time, West posted a photo with Drake alongside music executive J. Prince in Toronto. He captioned the post with a “dove” emoji to emphasize the peace made between them.
However, on Drizzy’s newest album, “Her Loss,” the rapper inferred that the meeting meant nothing to him.
“Linking with the opps, b—h, I did that s—t for J. Prince,” he rapped on the track “Circo Loco.”
To which West seemingly replied in a since-deleted tweet last year.
“Enough already I done gave this man his flowers multiple times. Let’s really see who [our] real opps are in this music game. Imagine all the rappers on the same side and everyone cleaning up each other’s contracts. It’s kingdom time. Love Drake,” Ye wrote.
Meanwhile, Drake’s father, Dennis, has tried to reassure fans that “it’s just a song” and his son is “not trolling” West.
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