Kanye West Accuses Drake of Threatening Him and His Family in Series of Bizarre Tweets

Kanye West Accuses Drake of Threatening Him and His Family in Series of Bizarre Tweets

(CNN)So much for that apology Kanye West offered Drake a few months ago.

On Thursday West offered up a barrage of tweets, which at first seemed to point to the beef being settled between the rappers but then pivoted to West accusing Drake of threatening him and his family.

The pair reportedly have had an ongoing issue for months over the beat to West's song "Lift Yourself," along with West's collaboration with rapper Pusha-T, whose diss tracks "Infrared" and "The Story of Adidon" were directed at Drake.

In September, West apologized to Drake via Twitter and offered "good energy and love" to him and his team.

But on Thursday the outspoken rapper fired off dozens of tweets, apparently sparked by a request from Drake.

Try to follow along: West tweeted what appeared to be a request from Drake regarding some music.

"Drake sent in a clearance request for 'Say What's Real'. Do you wanna clear?" read the screenshot West tweeted.

In 2009 Drake released his famous "So Far Gone" mixtape that includes the song "Say What's Real." The single uses beats from West's track "Say You Will."

The request spurred West once again to visit his feud with Drake, including seeking an apology for Drake rapping "Keepin it G, I told her don't wear no 350s 'round me," on the French Montana's single "No Stylist," which West apparently took as a reference his Adidas Yeezy Boost 350 sneaker line.

What followed were innumerable tweets about everything from mental health to a Bible verseand a mention of fellow rapper Travis Scott, who is in a relationship with and shares a daughter with West's sister-in-law, Kylie Jenner.

It all appeared to be done in an effort to get Drake to reach out, and West tweeted that he did.

Stop Saying ‘Merry Christmas’ to Fight Bigotry, Leftist Columnist Argues

Stop Saying ‘Merry Christmas’ to Fight Bigotry, Leftist Columnist Argues

Mysteries Remain One Year After Sherman Murders

Mysteries Remain One Year After Sherman Murders