Pusha T Addresses Drake's Alleged Race Final Diss Track
And remember that he is being pursued by a fox, while working with Kanye West in Wyoming.
While speaking with GQ magazine for a newly released history of the feature, Pusha T does not appear to be all that worried about the existence of a race of final diss track Drake, according to reports.
"You know, I don't know", Pusha T, said when asked about the mystery thesis, which was mentioned for the first time by J. Prince. "I feel as if there was something that was beneficial to either of those two guys, they were going to do it. I think that we are doing something that is beneficial to them."
He was opposed to the interviewer's questions about the Prince/Drake bluff on the song, or the fear to release it, explaining that he believes that it is only in the operation of its business, as they see it.
"I don't want to call it fear," he said. "I just want to say that they are thinking. They are doing what is best for them."
"I realized that the era of social media weighed less on truth and more on the entertainment," @KingPush opens up to GQ magazine about Drake, #Daytona, and Kanye on the link in the bio. (📷@geordiewood)
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Given the Thrust of the devastating "The History Of Adidon," the rap beef was a major topic of discussion during the Clipse rapper's interview with GQ. He was even asked about Drake and Meek Mill infamous fight again in 2015.
While on his way to the fight, he spoke specifically about social media's impact on the rift between the two.
"I realized that the era of social media weighed less on truth and more on entertainment," he said. "And I felt like that was a little different. Because I was like, 'Man, if some of the revelations that came out then had happened a while ago, in the rap game people would be like, 'What!? No way!'"
Pusha also offered some ideas of what it was like working with Kanye West in Wyoming. He described the experience as "isolated", with a "very rehabilitation type of feeling."
But his time in Wyoming,