By Shirley Ju @shirju
(AllHipHop News) As audiences continue to take a front row action to the beef between Drake and Pusha T, Rhymefest and Donda House interject.
In 2011, Rhymefest, Donnie Smith and Kanye West came up with the idea to create Donda’s House, a foundation to honor the life and legacy of Dr. Donda West through supporting young creatives in Chicago.
While Kanye remained one of the Founding Members, Donnie Smith was appointed Executive Director and Rhymefest the Creative Director.
Over the past few months, amongst the Kanye West controversies, Donda House seemed to be pulled into the bashing, due to their mere affiliation with Ye.
In a statement released on their website, they state, “While we cannot and do not speak for Kanye West and his views, we can and will speak up for the youth that we serve. We ask that those who feel hurt, angered by or frustrated with Kanye West not penalize or throw away their support, respect and advocacy for us.”
Rhymefest took to Twitter to call out Kanye West for his recent outburst. Allegedly, when Rhymefest reached out to Ye, he responded with “fuck the youth of Chicago.”
The invoice mentioned is the same invoice Pusha asked Drake to invoice G.O.O.D. Music amongst their diss records to each other.
Pusha first aimed fire in his record “Infrared,” which lead to a 24-hour turnaround from Drizzy.
This follows the release of “Duppy Freestyle,” which Pusha claims he gave Drake free promotion for.