A fellow named Tyler Morrison (wizard of the internet, sorcerer of song lyrics), has blown the lid off a very tangible theory surrounding Kim K and Drake and the people are losing their minds.
He’s gone… deep, to say the least.
We don’t know how he found the time to be honest, but we think he deserves a prize. Or at least a nice long walk in the sun after what we imagine has been a very long time spent holed up in his room.
So, what is this theory, I hear you ask?
P.I. Morrison, as he shall be known from this day forward, made a sensational call over the weekend:
“Drake’s been telling us for months now he slept with Kim K, we just haven’t been listening.”
His original Twitter thread is… thorough, so let me break it down for you:
Drake referenced ‘Kiki’ in the song In My Feelings.
If you’ve ever watched Keeping Up with the Kardashians, you’ll know Kiki is Kim’s nickname.
Well, Drake references a ‘Kiki’ in the song In My Feelings from his latest album Scorpion, and according to Tyler, there are cryptic lyrical references to Kim and Kanye littered throughout the entire album.
In the chorus to In My Feelings, Tyler is convinced “Kiki do you love me? Are you riding? Say you’ll never ever leave from beside me” is a direct reference to Kim.
Drake claims he has “life-shattering” info on Kanye.
Kanye and Drake have always had a dicey relationship. They’ve had long-standing beef with each other over who really knows what, and it’s been expressed through diss tracks aimed at each other over the years.
But, after he released Scorpion, Drake revealed he’d written a Kanye diss track so revealing he decided to pull it from the album at the last minute. Drake has also hinted in several interviews that he has some very spicy info that would have a huge impact on Kanye.
Instagram tells us things.
Drake and Kim both posted Instagram pics with the same caption, just weeks apart.
“I’m shy,” read Drake’s.
While Kim’s poolside post was captioned “I’m very shy”.
We see you, Kim.
Drake’s close friendship with the Kardashians has also been documented on Instagram in the past (which seems weird if Kanye’s clearly not a fan of him, if you ask me).
Drake and Kim are neighbours.
Our man P.I. Morrison even took the time to look up the distance on Google maps. (Seriously, is Tyler okay? We hope he hasn’t developed a Vitamin D deficiency).
You can check out the full thread here, if you’re having a particularly slow Tuesday, but these are the best Twitter reactions:
Listen to No mistake by kanye and listen to 8 out of 10 by drake. It’s all there bro.
Too bold to type you,
Too rich to fight you,
Calm down you lightskin.
Too rich for you?
Yall just got rich again,
Who grips the mic
And trys to kill their friends.
— Teflondon ???????? (@Qlink99) September 1, 2018
‘The vocal pattern of the repeated “your wifey” may also recall that of the repeated vocal sample from Kanye’s “Runaway” ‘
Another smooooooth evidence
— 필 Peace Maker (@canyouphil_it) September 1, 2018
Bruh… Good investigation… But the culture needs you to lead the task force behind the murders of Big n Pac! #hiphopinvestigates
— #Fat_Boi_Fresh! (@Mr2Silent) September 2, 2018
Going through all the subliminals on Scorpion pic.twitter.com/472gLo2oqh
— Cillian Marangudakis (@Greekaveli) September 2, 2018
i read this whole thing and sis… pic.twitter.com/YewzijhFEc
— delina????????♀️????????♀️ (@delinaaxo) September 2, 2018
Lol I read this whole thing but it doesn’t answer one thing. Why would Kim do that? Say what you want about her but she’s calculated. Doesn’t fit her MO
— Michael Calarco (@TheMikeCalarco) September 2, 2018
Okay, so aside from Twitter’s conspiracy theorists, Kim’s reaction to the situation is very interesting.
While Drake is yet to respond to the fiery claims, Kim has done her very best to stamp out the rumours and end speculation immediately, claiming it “never happened, end of story”.
She commented on an Instagram video post shared by The Shade Room which featured a discussion about the rumoured fling with Kim’s former flame Nick Cannon.
Nick added fuel to the rumour during the discussion, saying “That ain’t that far off of a concept”.
We know exes often like to stir up trouble, but would she be so quick to defend herself if the rumours weren’t true?