While Ye was busy accusing Drake of threatening him, and Dizzy was busy "laughing" at Ye's Twitter rant on Instagram, and Kim Kardashian was busy inserting herself into the mix to defend her husband, the two pop stars took to Twitter to remind everyone that they had new music on the way.
Ari asked the "grown men arguing online" to "behave for just like a few hours so the girls can shine." Miley -- who dropped a cover of the John Lennon Christmas classic, "Happy Xmas (War Is Over)" -- added, "Didn't they hear the news?! War IS over! Thank you, next!"
guys, i know there are grown men arguing online rn but miley and i dropping our beautiful, new songs tonight so if y'all could please jus behave for just like a few hours so the girls can shine that'd be so sick thank u
This whole rapper-reality star fiasco began when Kanye posted a screenshot of a text message he allegedly received from someone on Drake's team, asking to clear one of Ye's songs for a project. Kanye then proceeded to air out all his grievances with the fellow rapper on Twitter, which included messages like, "Been trying to meet with you for six months, bro ... You sneak dissing on [Travis Scott] records and texting [Kris Jenner] talking about how's the family."
Drake, like many of us, sat back and watched as Ye's Twitter brigade continued. Drizzy eventually posted several laughing-crying emojis to his Instagram Story.
Kanye later tweeted that Drake called him to hash things out, but according to Ye, the conversation did not go well. "You threatened the safety of me and my family," Kanye tweeted. "Never threaten North, Saint and Chicago's dad, bro."
Kim entered combat around 2:30 a.m. on Friday, tweeting, "Drake, never threaten my husband or our family. He paved the way for there to be a Drake. 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."
And you know who else wanted in on the spectacle? Drake Bell, who playfully tweeted, "Kanye West, I'm sorry," along with a sad-face emoji.