Fabien MontiqueFollowing the announcement by Drake’s mentor J. Prince that he told the “Nice For What” rapper not to release a new Pusha-T diss track he recorded, Pusha believes they would have dropped it if it was “beneficial.”
“I just feel like if there was something that was beneficial for either of those two guys, they would do it,” he tells GQ. “I think they’re into doing anything that’s beneficial for them.”
As previously reported. J. Prince claims he convinced Drake not to release the response to “The Story of Adidon” because it would ruin Pusha’s career, which he says they did not want to do.
“I don’t want to call them scared,” Pusha continues. “I just want to say that they’re thinking. They’re doing what’s best for them.”
When asked his opinion of the photo of Drake in blackface which he used as the cover art for “The Story of Adidon,” Pusha says, “I just know that me being a black man, that’s something I’m totally against.”
The Daytona rapper declares that his beef with Drake is over, and admits rap battles are not as satisfying now as they were before social media.
“It’s different because there’s a lot of sympathy and compassion and things like that I didn’t know existed,” he says. “That’s why it’s not even fun to me anymore.”
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