Drake Likes A Post That Mocks Kanye West And Follows A Young Zimbabwean Artist Who Drew It On Latest Chapter Of The Kanye West-Drake Beef

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Young Zimbabwean digital artist Nyasha Warambwa, who goes by the name Ykhulio on Twitter and huliodraws on Instagram keeps growing his digital footprint by using social media to connect with celebrities across the world for new work assignments. The 19 year old, Harare based artist also use technology platforms and crypto currencies to market and sell his artworks through minting Non-fungible Tokens (NFTs)


Recently, Nyasha Warambwa managed to get Drake's attention, who responded by liking a post and following his Instagram account. The post in question is artwork that depicts a pleading Kanye West walking up the last step of staircase made of milk crates at his childhood home, whilst Drake leans next to the pile ready to push Kanye West off. See the embedded post below



Warambwa's piece of art tries to capture the highly publicized back and forth feud between Kanye West and Drake that dates back to 2009. The feud was reignited by Drake last week, after firing shots at Kanye, calling him “burned out” on a guest verse on Trippie Redd's song titled “Betrayal” that was released on the 21st of August. Kanye responded by taking things a little too far, by posting the location of Drake’s home address on his Instagram.


Warambwa first drew a piece of artwork celebrating Drake's Artist of the Decade Award back in May.  The award was presented by Billboard On Sunday, May 23 2021. Drake did not respond at the time, which did not discourage Warambwa from working on another Drake drawing. 

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