Pusha T Claps Back At Young Thug For Calling Him Out Over Drake Diss On Leaked Pop Smoke Song

Pusha T and Young Thug are at one another’s throats over a leaked tune, by which Pusha apparently references his feud with Drake. And Pusha’s not standing for any disses from Young Thug about it.

Pusha T has responded after Young Thug accused him of taking jabs at Drake on an unreleased observe. Reportedly referred to as “Paranoia”, the Pop Smoke tune incorporates a verse by which Pusha apparently references the time he was attacked onstage throughout a 2018 live performance in 2018 — which he blamed on Drake on the time: “You recognize actuality bites/It’s chess not checkers/These empty threats solely sound good in your data/If the patois is just not adopted by blocka/It’s like marked for demise Screwface, with out the choppa/Let ’em rush the stage whenever you made like Sinatra,” he reportedly raps.


Pusha wasn’t having any of it from Young Thug, who mentioned on his Instagram story that he wouldn’t have appeared on the observe if he knew it talked about the Drake beef. Pusha went off in his personal Instagram Story message, writing, “@youngthug you have been the final verse added to the tune and that’s ONLY as a result of I requested YOU!! And most necessary @youngthug, simply so we're clear… I WOULD NEVER look or want your RESPECT for what it's I deliver to the rap recreation!!!”

On the unreleased Pop Smoke apparently not-so subtly references Drake once more, even mentioning his hometown. He allegedly raps, “”Solely to seek out the blade, flyin’ again by means of LaGuardia/I would even purchase a house out in Mississauga.” Their feud began in 2018, when Pusha leaked the information that Drake had secretly had a son, Adonis Graham. rapping about him on the observe “The Story of Adidon”.

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Since then, the 2 have been embroiled in a bitter struggle. Drake described the drama in an October 2018 episode of The Store. “Rap purists and individuals who love confrontation, they like to say, ‘There’s no guidelines to this s**t!’ There are f**king guidelines to this s**t,” Drake mentioned.

“I’m gonna let you know one thing, I knew one thing was gonna come up about my child. That they had so as to add the deadbeat dad factor to make it extra interesting, which is ok. The mother and pop factor… No matter. You don’t even know my household.”


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