Drake has apparently unfollowed Kim Kardashian on Instagram following Kanye West’s New Year’s Eve Twitter rant.

Kanye West gave his Twitter fingers a workout on New Year’s Eve, days after launching into a Twitter tirade about his anger with Drake for following his wife on Instagram.

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In a series of since-deleted tweets on Saturday, the “Gold Digger” rapper slammed Drake for allegedly following Kardashian on Instagram back in September, describing it as “the most f**ked up thing of all,” adding: “Imagine having a problem with somebody and they follow your wife on Instagram.”

As of Wednesday January 2, however, Drake is no longer following the reality-star. It’s unclear when exactly the Canadian rapper unfollowed, so it’s hard to say whether he took West’s words to heart.

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On Monday, West, 41, took to Twitter to reveal he had apparently gone off his meds, but was feeling “stronger than ever.”

Later, however, he returned to social media to renew his attacks on Drake, 32, in a whole new Twitter rant.

“I’ve never mentioned or touched on anything related to family when it came to Drake,” he wrote in a tweet that he later deleted, adding that Drake “followed my wife on Instagram he mentioned Pusha’s fiance in a song.”

In a subsequent tweet (also deleted), he demanded on apology: “This man followed my wife on Instagram I feel a public apology in order.”

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He continued his attack in more tweets (which as of yet he hasn’t deleted), including one in which he insists “I only play by God’s rules. I don’t follow no man made codes.”

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West concluded his tweetstorm by writing that “Tweeting is legal and also therapeutic,” adding, “If something’s on my mind and spirit I let it out.”

As is usually the case, the Twitterverse was quick to chime in, with more than one Twitter user mocking West’s choice of words about only playing by “God’s rules” given that one of Drake’s biggest hits is titled “God’s Plan”.

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