Kendall and Kylie Jenner attend Drake's New Year bash despite his feud with their brother-in-law Kanye West
The Jenner siblings were reportedly joined by Kylie's baby daddy Travis Scott and Ben Simmons at Delilah in LA on Monday night for the party
What's Kanye going to think of that? Sisters Kendall and Kylie Jenner reportedly welcomed the New Year at Drake's party, who is their brother-in-law Kanye West's nemesis. This comes despite the ongoing feud between the two rappers over Kendall and Kylie's sister and Kanye's wife, Kim Kardashian West.
The Jenner siblings were reportedly joined by Kylie's baby daddy Travis Scott and Ben Simmons at Delilah in LA on Monday night, where the 'Scorpion' rapper was hosting a New Year's party. Other invited guests at the party included stars like Idris Elba, Chris Brown, Niall Horan, Madison Beer, Kaia Gerber, and Tinashe.
It was earlier on the same night that Kanye took to Twitter, ranting about Drake following his wife Kim on Instagram in September since, at the time, the two rappers were furiously locking horns with each other on social media.
The 'Famous' singer, in the now-deleted posts, brought the sore subject up again by tweeting: "Love everyone but don’t follow my f***ing wife on Instagram." He began the day with the tweet, "Who’s bright idea was it to tell Drake to follow my wife on Instagram? This person is not [Drake's] friend. I don’t have beef with no one."
"Ima focus on my family And you keep my family out of all of this wrestling foolishness," he continued. "This man tried to used my family’s song to get at me. He been trying to pick a fight since the pool line. He dodged me for months when I extended olive branches to talk and then called to threaten me."
Ye's twitter rant began with a screenshot of a Life & Style article that reported three months ago that Drake had started to follow Kanye's wife, Kim Kardashian West, on Instagram. "I never knew till this morning that Drake followed my wife on Instagram back in September," Kanye tweeted along with the screen grab.
He continued, "I had to bring this up because it's the most f***ed up thing of all and I just saw it this morning. Imagine having a problem with somebody and they follow your wife on Instagram." It wasn't too surprising though since the KKW Beauty mogul is currently the sixth most followed person on Instagram with 123.5 million followers.
It all stemmed from Drake's popular song 'In My Feelings', where an internet conspiracy claimed that the lyrics 'Kiki, do you love me?' allude to an alleged affair between the Kardashian beauty and the rapper. At the time, Kim quickly shut down all the rumors from her side, posting "Never happened. End of story" on social media. As for now, Drake no longer follows the 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star on Instagram anymore.