Kanye West and Drake are placing apart their beef for a trigger.
The rappers will host a profit concert on the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on Dec. 9 to advocate for the clemency of imprisoned Chicago gang chief Larry Hover.
West shared a poster for the occasion on Instagram on Saturday with the caption, “God’s Plan 🕊,” a nod to the title of Drake’s 2018 hit.
The “Jail” artist, 44, is listed because the headliner, whereas his Canadian counterpart, 35, is the night’s particular visitor.
In October, Drake’s mentor James Prince teased on Instagram that West and the “Way 2 Sexy” performer had been working “to free our brother Larry Hoover,” although the music government, 56, didn’t disclose on the time what that they had within the pipeline.
Then, earlier this week, Hoover’s son, Larry Hoover Jr., confirmed on the “Murder Master Music Show” that West and Drake had been planning a concert to assist free his father.
“We’re going to get the word out to as many people as we can. We gotta let the powers that be know that we want Larry Hoover in our community,” stated Hoover Jr., who made a spoken phrase look on West’s newest album, “Donda.”
Gangster Disciples co-founder Hoover, now 70, is serving six life sentences for ordering the 1973 homicide of a 19-year-old drug seller and later operating a drug ring from jail that raked in an estimated $100 million a yr.
West stated throughout a 2018 assembly with then-President Donald Trump on the White House that releasing Hoover was “very important” to him.
“In an alternate universe, I am him,” the Grammy winner stated throughout a rambling speech. “And I have to go and get him free because he was doing positive inside of Chicago.”
West and Drake have had a rocky relationship for years, however they appeared to have known as a truce on Tuesday after they reunited at a Dave Chappelle comedy present and frolicked on the former “Degrassi” star’s Toronto mansion.