Big Sean And Hit-Boy Call Kanye West 'Difficult' To Work With After Ye Ends Drake Feud

Kanye West has finished one feud and seemingly been dragged into another with two more rappers.

Ye reunited with Drake this week but has also been publicly criticized by Big Sean and Hit-Boy who've both worked extensively with him.

West, who's now officially changed his name to Ye, gave fans hope that he and Drake might collaborate again but it brings into question the future of his relationship with the other two who were both signed to Ye's label G.O.O.D. Music.

What did Big Sean and Hit-Boy say about Ye?

Both Big Sean and Hit-Boy appeared on a recent episode of the Barstool Sports show Million Dollaz Worth of Game.

The two rappers appeared on the show to promote their EP What You Expect, and spoke about their experiences of working with Ye during the long interview.

Both have collaborated with Kanye West in the past and they described how "difficult" it can be working with him.

Sean said: "Kanye can be very hard to work with. We all know that," while Hit-Boy chimed in mentioning that Ye "will have you redo a verse 10 times" and "redo some drums 10 times" but then end up not even using it.

The pair did light-heartedly discuss the challenges with working with each other, and the pressure of going to the studio to work with Nas as well.

In a now-deleted tweet, Sean said that this interview took place a month ago, before Ye's recent comments about Sean on the show Drink Champs. During that interview earlier this month, Ye called out Big Sean and John Legend for not supporting him during his run for president. Ye said he now doesn't interact with either of them and he needs an apology.

Sean replied to the accusation on Twitter, claiming he's "not political, that's what's hilarious."

After Kanye's appearance on Drink Champs, Big Sean tweeted that he can't wait to go on the same show too.

Sean also pointed out that he, Ye and Hit-Boy were all just together and Ye didn't mention his grievances once. He posted two pictures of the trio together on his Twitter account @BigSean.

Kanye West and Drake feud

While Ye may be getting pulled into another feud, he seems to have ended another with Drake.

The two have been at odds for a few years having previously worked together, but recently shared several social media posts of them together again.

On Ye's Instagram, he shared a picture of him, Drake and J Prince posing together, while the caption for the image is a dove emoji.

Over on Drake's Instagram (@champagnepapi) he shared a video of Dave Chappelle giving a speech and a short video of himself and Ye posing together.