Drake And Sauce Walka Resolve Long-Standing Feud

LONG BEACH, CALIFORNIA – OCTOBER 30: Drake speaks onstage during Drake’s Till Death Do Us Part rap battle on October 30, 2021 in Long Beach, California. (Photo by Amy Sussman/Getty Images)

Drake has been the subject of numerous rap conflicts recently, but it seems he’s now actively working on repairing past rifts. A video circulating online shows Drake and Sauce Walka shaking hands at Houston’s Area 29 nightclub, suggesting a reconciliation between the two artists. While the exact conversation between them remains unknown, it’s clear they have moved past most of their differences, much to the delight of fans.

Some on Twitter and other platforms have commented on Drake’s strategic approach to rebuilding relationships, likening it to a tactic from “The 48 Laws of Power” and speculating about his motives.

One user tweeted, “Drake is building new bridges after the olds was cut from him,” hinting at a strategic shift in alliances. Others have mentioned Sauce Walka’s history of conflicts, particularly with Future, and how these dynamics might have influenced Drake’s outreach.

Regarding previous tensions, Sauce Walka’s issues with Future on the collaborative album “We Don’t Trust You” (which featured Kendrick Lamar targeting Drake and J. Cole in a viral track) are noted.

Fans have anticipated Drake’s response to Kendrick’s lyrics, but so far, Drake has remained silent on the matter. Meanwhile, J. Cole’s recent appearance on Future and Metro Boomin’s follow-up album, “We Still Don’t Trust You,” has stirred confusion and controversy among social media users, with some interpreting it as a provocative move.

Drake’s gesture towards Sauce Walka represents a positive step in resolving conflicts within the rap community. While lingering tensions and rivalries persist, Drake’s efforts to mend relationships demonstrate a willingness to navigate the complex landscape of rap beefs and alliances.