Kylie Jenner responds to Drake with sizzling post on controversial song

Drake Calls Kylie Jenner a ‘Side Piece’ on New Track

Drake is saying that an old song in which he referred to Kylie Jenner as a "side piece" should never have seen the light of day... again.

The rapper accidentally slipped up when a track of his and Future's played on the live.

Drake and Kylie Jenner's alleged on-off relationship has been in the news for quite some time.

One song in particular, titled "20 Hoes/Kendall & Kylie", focuses on Drake's rumored pastrelationship with the Kylie Cosmetics founder.

Drakeand Kylie Jenner might've sparked romance rumors past year, but that doesn't mean the makeup mogul is his "side piece" by any means.

Drake Calls Kylie Jenner a ‘Side Piece’ on New Track
Drake apologizes for calling Kylie Jenner his 'side-piece'

Hours after the track made headlines, Drake, 33, wrote the following explanation on his Instagram Story: "A song that Mark ran last night on night owl sound live set shouldn't have been played".

"Yeah, I got 20 damn Kendalls / Young slim baddies and they in vogue / Yeah, I got 20 f-kin' Gigis".

The next morning, the Canadian released a statement clarifying that the song was recorded 3-years prior, but was scrapped.

According to TMZ, it's Future who raps the line, not Drake.

While certainly not the most respectful lyrics, it's probably a good thing Drake never released the song, especially considering he and Kylie were rumored to have dated a year ago. However, the latter continues to be friends with her and the two of them are always together when it comes to their daughter Stormi. At the time, Kylie attended attended Drake's birthday and Halloween parties.


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