Pusha-T and Drake’s feud could also be carrying over into 2019.
The G.O.O.D. Music president appears to be hinting that their beef just isn’t over. Taking to Twitter, Pusha posted a cryptic tweet that many assume is aimed toward Drake. “You tried, you failed…I’m listening to you wanna strive once more, this time I’m not gonna play with you, any of you,” he warned his rival.
While Pusha didn’t identify any names, that didn’t cease the Drake hypothesis on social media.
You tried, you failed…I’m listening to you wanna strive once more, this time I’m not gonna play with you, any of you.
The rappers’ beef escalated after Pusha’s “Infrared” verse, which prompted Drake to launch his “Duppy Freesyle.” Pusha responded along with his scathing “Story of Adidon,” the place he revealed that the Toronto rapper fathered a toddler. Pusha was anticipating a response, however by no means obtained one.
“I used to be in it for the lengthy haul…for hip-hop,” he toldVariety. “I believed this was going to be a working factor, back-and-forth. I used to be certain he’d have a rebuttal. I did what I wished to do. I solely deal in reality, how I see issues. When you’re coping with phrases, it’s a means of coping with fact and the way the general public course of that, how they interpret that. And what touches them and what touches the particular person you’re going towards. I really thought we had been going to maintain on.”
Pusha’s album Daytona was nominated for Best Rap Album on the Grammys, a class that didn’t embody Drake’s Scorpion. But Pusha mentioned he “wasn’t shocked” by Drake’s omission. “I believe everyone wants to remain of their respective class,” he told The Associated Press. “I don’t assume me and him are in the identical class.”
Meanwhile, Pusha has been fueling the fireplace by retweeting The Weeknd’s video for his Gesaffelstein collaboration “Lost in the Fire” and including flame emojis. The Weeknd is rumored to take goal at Drake on the monitor, which incorporates the lyrics, “And I simply need a child with the appropriate one / ‘Cause I might by no means be the one to cover one.”