When speaking about his beef with the 'Certified Lover Boy' artist, the Yeezy designer reveals that he doesn't mind going up against his nemesis on 'Verzuz'.

AceShowbiz - Kanye West has finally addressed his feud with Drake. Denying that he leaked the Canadian native's address a few months ago, the 44-year-old "Donda" artist claimed that the information is "Googleable."

The Yeezy designer offered his two cents when speaking to N.O.R.E. a.k.a. Noreaga and DJ EFN in the Thursday, November 4 episode of Revolt TV's "Drink Champs". "No," the father of four stressed when asked about leaking his nemesis' address. "He advertised it when he was building the house."

"Everyone knows it. It's like a place in Canada you go by. It's like a monument. You can find it," the estranged husband of Kim Kardashian further claimed. "That's how I was able to find it. It's Googleable. It's on Google Maps."

During the interview, Ye revealed that he doesn't mind going up against Drake on "Verzuz". He boasted, "I'm winning every situation ... Yea, absolutely. But it already happened, he played one of my leaked songs and it was better than every other song this year."

Ye also likened his feud with Drake to the National Basketball Association. "In all of the back and forth that me and Drake have had, it's like... the NBA. People are either on your team or they're on another team. And everybody plays games in different kind of ways," the "Gold Digger" emcee shared.

Ye leaked Drake's address on his Instagram Story back in August. Many believed that it was Ye's attempt to fire back at the "Certified Lover Boy" artist, who threw shades at the former on Trippie Redd's song "Betrayal". His verse read, "All these fools I'm beefin' that I barely know/ Forty-five, forty-four (Burned out), let it go/ Ye ain't changin' s**t for me, it's set in stone."

Despite the leak, Drake appeared to remain unfazed by it. He responded to Ye's action by sharing a video in which he chuckled to himself as he was riding a car.

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