Kanye West “releasing all grudges” following Queen Elizabeth II’s death

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As the world mourns the death of Queen Elizabeth II, her passing has caused a dramatic change in Kanye West.

Following a history of feuds with numerous artists, including Drake, as well as companies Adidas and Gap, Yeezy wants to have peace and squash his beefs.

“Life is precious. Releasing all grudges today. Leaning into the light,” West wrote Friday morning in an Instagram post that also included two archival photos of the late British monarch.

In the past week, Ye has threatened to end his partnerships with Adidas and Gap, accusing the companies of stealing his designs. Diddy and Swizz Beatz vowed to boycott Adidas in support of the “Hurricane” rapper.

On Wednesday, Kanye posted a photo hugging his children with the comment, “Some things are bigger than money. My kids have no idea what daddy has gone through this past few days alone to secure the brand that will one day be handed down to them God Willing.”

“These future leaders will never back down, be stolen from and forced to compromise who they are for the check,” West added.

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