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It might be the season of goodwill, but all is not well in the Kardashian-West household.

Kayne has reignited the feud with Drake after the Canadian rapper followed back Kim Kardashian on Instagram.

This battle between the musicians isn't a new story, as last month Kayne blasted Drake for allegedly "threatening his family."

Although you can still see the bad blood between the men plastered all over Kanye's Twitter, his latest outburst was deleted.

However, the Internet doesn't forget so fast and in the day and age of screenshots, nothing is ever truly gone.

What kicked off the latest round of tweets on Saturday was a discovery made over on Kim's Instagram.

He tweeted: “I never knew till this morning that Drake followed my wife on Instagram back in September.”

"I had to bring this up because it's the most f*cked up thing of all and I just saw it this morning," he continued.

"When I went to far with Wiz Khalifa everybody stood up and I had to apologize cause it was too far. I had to bring this up because it’s the most f*cked up thing of all and I just saw it this morning," he added to his stream of tweets.

But it didn't end there, he concluded: "Imagine having a problem with somebody and they follow your wife on Instagram…We truly wish this man the best and pray that he will find the same happiness that we have."

After getting it off his chest and onto the Internet, the 41-year-old deleted the tweets and said: "Love everyone…All positive vibes."

September was the release of Drake's song, 'Kiki', and 'In my Feelings', which quickly sparked fans to suggest that the lyrics referenced a possible fling Kim and Drake had in the past.

Although Kim Kardashian denied the rumours, it seems Kayne wasn't impressed and took to his Instagram stories to blast Drake about the song and its link to Kim.

It doesn't look as if this feud will resolve itself any time soon.

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The tragic death of 22-year-old British backpacker Grace Millane in New Zealand has shaken the country, following her disappearance from a hostel in Auckland on December 1.

She was later recovered in the Waitakere Ranges area one week later, and a 26-year-old man has been arrested and charged.

He is scheduled to appear in the high court in January 2019.

Grace's heartbroken father, David Millane, attended a Māori blessing ceremony close to where backpacker was discovered yesterday, and has since praised the compassion shown by the New Zealanders.

David is taking his beloved little girl home in the next few days, but thanked the New Zealand police for a “concise, stringent and thorough investigation”, as well as the local media for showing respect and courtesy "at all times."

He also gave thanks to locals who took his daughter into their hearts, saying; “From that very first moment we have been astounded by the level of concern, sympathy and selfless help from every person we have met.”

“We would like to thank the people of New Zealand for their outpouring of love, numerous messages, tributes and compassion."

He continued in the statement, speaking on behalf of the Millane family;

“Grace was not born here and only managed to stay a few weeks, but you have taken her to your hearts and in some small way she will forever be a Kiwi.”

“We all hope that what has happened to Grace will not deter even one person from venturing out into the world,” he added.

Grace's father and uncle visited the Auckland bushland area near where she was found to receive a Māori blessing, which he described as a privilege, and a 'lovely and peaceful experience'.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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David Millane shared a hongi (nose press) with a local uniformed police officer in Auckland, a New Zealand traditional gesture.

Candlelight vigils were planned for Grace in every city in New Zealand on Wednesday, many of which were organised by women’s refuges and anti-violence organisations and activists.

Grace's family are organising her funeral in her hometown of Wickford, Essex. 

Our deepest condolences go out to Grace's loving family during this incredibly difficult time.

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