Kanye West, Drake

Kim Kardashian-West showed support for husband Kanye West on Twitter.com amid Kanye’s public feud with rapper Drake.

The Internet was abuzz on Thursday when Kanye took to Twitter.com to slam Drake after the Canadian rapper asked to clear Kanye’s sample from his 2009 track “Say What’s Real”.

Drake included the track on his 2009 breakthrough mixtape So Far Gone.

Kanye was not amused that Drake went behind his back to text Kardashain matriarch Kris Jenner.

While Kanye and Drake appeared to have settled their differences after a series of tweets on Thursday, the emotional father-of-three returned to Twitter in the early morning hours of Friday to accuse Drake of threatening his family.

“Drake called me threatening me,” he tweeted around midnight Friday. “I’m a man about my family and integrity.”

Kim, who had enough of the squabbling between the two men, took to Twitter to defend Kanye, tweeting Drake: “Never threaten my husband or our family. He paved the way for there to be a Drake.”

She continued:

“My husband is the most brilliant person, the most genius person that I know. He has broken so many boundaries, everything from music, stage design, fashion and culture and will continue to change the world.”

Drake seemingly brushed off Kanye’s earlier tweets by posting five crying with laughter emojis on his Instagram Stories.

Kanye continued to express his hurt feelings on Twitter early Friday: “I have a problem with sneak disssing [sic],” he tweeted. “I love everybody all positive energy No one that is a musician should ever diss me My existence is for the rights of all artist.”

Then Kanye compared himself to the late King of Pop Michael Jackson, writing, “I need that love and respect that we didn’t give Michael while I’m alive.”

In September, Kanye apologized to Drake after rumors began circulating about an illicit sexual affair between Drake and Kim.

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