Kanye West seems to be taking a move from the playbook of Donald Trump: just deny you ever said what the world clearly heard you say.

During one of his infamous rants, Kanye complained that Drake and DJ Khaled’s “For Free” single got too much play on the radio.

“Radio, bleep you! I know it’s a lot of real bleepas working at radio, real people, real programming directors with wives and kids that love music that can’t play what they want to play because they’ve been paid to play that bs over and over and over,” West told a Sacramento crowd. “And when I say that bs, what I’m saying is we love Drake. Drake is great. He’s a great artist. But Frank Ocean is great, too.”

The G.O.OD. Music founder added, “Is it just me or did you hear that song so many times – ‘you say you wanna play for free.’ You know what it is, though? Because I love Drake. I love Khaled. But they set that song up, bro. And let me tell you something. MTV, bleep you! Once again, as always, I’m on my Trump bleep tonight.”

Drake then addressed Ye’s comments in a recent interview.

“I went from working on a project with him to him sort of, like, publicly bleeping on me and DJ Khaled for being on the radio too much,” stated Drizzy.

A cameraman caught up with Kanye and asked the Chicago rhymer about his statement that Drake’s music is overplayed.

“I never said that,” responded Ye.

OK then.