Hot off his scathing diss track “The Story of Adidon,” Pusha-T called into “The Breakfast Club” to discuss his beef with Drake.
Drake mentioned Pusha’s fiancée Virginia Williams on his “Duppy Freestyle” diss, which caused Pusha to get personal and come after Drake’s mother, father, and even Noah “40” Shebib. “That alone causes all bets to be off,” said Push.
He also explained the cover artwork photo of Drake in blackface, which was shot by photographer David Leyes. “I guess Drake took these pictures a little while ago,” he said. “They said it was his idea, something he wanted to do.”
On his diss, Pusha claims Drake fathered a child with former porn star Sophie Brussaux, and that his upcoming adidas line is called Adidon, named after his alleged son Adonis. “Who rolls out their child with a sweatsuit? Get out of here. What are you doing?” he said. “We couldn’t know about your child until you start selling sweatsuits and sneakers?”
Pusha also calls out Drake for being a “deadbeat” father, which didn’t sit well with Push. “I’m big on kids, for real,” he added. “I don’t hang with my friends who got child support issues. You can’t ball with me, you can’t do that.”
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Additionally, Push took shots at Drake’s longtime producer Noah “40” Shebib, who is battling M.S. When told it was World M.S. Day, Push wasn’t fazed. “Wow, that’s ironic. I’m here for the spirit, but when it gets personal, it gets personal.”
But that doesn’t mean he thinks he went too far. “No, not at all. I definitely didn’t go too far with anything.”
And if and when Drake responds, Pusha is ready. “I’m prepared for everything.”