Kim Kardashian Supports Drake at L.A. Concert After His “Search & Rescue” Shout-Out – E! Online

Kanye “Ye” West Talks Kim Kardashian, Drake & More!

And nothing was the same after Drake sampled Kim Kardashian.

In fact, the Kardashians star was spotted in the crowd at the rapper’s  Aug. 13 concert in Inglewood, Calif. As seen in videos circulating on social media, Kim—clad in a skin-tight gray top and matching leggings—quoted her iconic Keeping Up With the Kardashians soundbite that Drake sampled in his single “Search & Rescue.”

“I didn’t come this far,” the 42-year-old recited to Kendall Jenner and Bad Bunny, who were also in the audience, “just to come this far and not be happy.”

The line was taken from a conversation between Kim and her mom Kris Jenner from a 2021 episode of KUWTK. At the time, Kim was speaking about how she was moving forward from divorce with Kanye West, with whom she shares kids North, 10, Saint, 7, Chicago, 5, and Psalm, 4.

“Remember that,” Kim told her mother after dropping the insightful zinger. “I saw it on the internet.”

Drake’s song came more than a year after he and Kanye, 46, quashed their longtime feud by performing together at a December 2021 charity event. Though some fans accused the 36-year-old of reigniting the feud when the track was released in April, Drake’s dad Dennis Graham set the record straight about the eyebrow-raising sound snippet.

“It’s just a song,” he wrote on Instagram. “Why try and create a Kanye and Drake beef again?”

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For what it’s worth, Kanye has also put his beef with Drake behind him.

“Man, I love Drake,” he said during a November 2021 appearance on Drink Champs. “Let’s have Drake just have his spot of what he meant in my life, specifically, and what he’s meant to rap, you know, over the past decade, specifically. This is a very, I would say the most, if I wasn’t me, most of the time, this is a very important artist that actually added something to the algorithm.”

Kanye added, “As we become more civilized and more sophisticated, the style of rap that he was doing was more sophisticated than the style of rap that I grew up on…he created this thing that actually has good melodies in it, you know, good music in it that became massively accessible. So it’s sort of like the iPhone.”

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