Kanye West Reference Taylor Swift Beef On Drake’s New Single

Kanye West will never really forget his long standing beef with Taylor Swift and in fact the feud may never really go away.

Ye made a guest appearance on Drake’s new single “Pop Style” along with Jay Z. During his verse on the track he made a reference to his old beef with Taylor Swift.

“Jay’s about his business and Imma let you finish but I … / I just I just I just wanna rock your body / take you to the garage and do some karate / chop it chop it chop it chop it sippin’ sake / throw a thick b*tch on the Kawasaki,” Kanye West raps over the dark and hanuting beat.

Kanye West famously interrupted Taylor Swift acceptance speech at the MTV VMAs where he praised Beyonce. The after effects were a nightmare for Ye and a win for Swift whose career has ballooned since then.

Although the two made peace after that, back in February, Kanye West reignited their feud when he took a few shots at her on his new album The Life of Pablo.

“I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex / Why? I made that b*tch famous,” he G.O.O.D. Music chief raps on a single title “Famous.”

So now they are back on their non-speaking terms.

The single “Pop Style” will be featured on Drake’s new album Views From The 6, due later this month.

Maybe its time Kanye made a song about Kanye