Chris Brown called Kanye West "a whole h*e" after he dropped his DONDA album without the verse he recorded -- but Ye's manager, Bu Thiam, says they are back on good terms.
"Listen, it's Kanye's album, man. He's painting his picture, so, you can't tell someone to use your verse or not use your verse. It's a thousand and one artists that didn't make the album," he said to TMZ.
"No disrespect, Chris is like my little brother. That's family," said Thaim. Ye reached out to Breezy and squashed it. "Soulja Boy, it's all love. It wasn't intentional. But Ye is a producer. His job is to find the best parts in the music and add it to his creative process."
He was asked whether Drake and Ye will ever collab.
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"It's two creatives taking jabs at each other, but it'll get rectified. We'll see. His album comes out, I think Friday," he said. "Depending on what he says on his album...we'll see."
The beef is not over.