By Yuriy Andriyashchuk
Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer
Every hip-hop fan remembers the epic beef between Drake and Pusha T in early 2018. The most notable moment came when Pusha dropped the diss track “The Story of Adidon” where he called out Drake for hiding his newborn son from the world that he had with a pornstar. After that, the OVO artist didn’t really have much to say.
In a new interview released today on Christmas, TIDAL’s Elliot Wilson spoke with Drake and the topic of the Pusha beef was brought up. He surprisingly said some people like Pusha’s music but he doesn’t because he doesn’t believe what he raps about when it comes to drugs. The irony here is that Drake used to be a big Clipse fan when he was growing up, which is the group that Pusha was in.
The question of what rappers rap about is always questioned but Pusha has maintained what he’s done for over 15 years. Drake says he was younger so he appreciated Pusha’s music more but when he got older, he realized the truth. It seems like the two will never kill the beef as they couldn’t even be on the same song together as they were set to appear on Rick Ross’ Port of Miami 2 album back in August.
Check out Drake speaking on Pusha along with the full interview on Elliot Wilson’s podcast which includes addressing having ghostwriters below.
Drake on Pusha-T:
"Some people like his music. I personally don't 'cuz I don't believe any of it."
— Complex Music (@ComplexMusic) December 25, 2019
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