Pusha T and Young Thug are at every different’s throats over a leaked track, during which Pusha it appears references his feud with Drake. And Pusha’s now not status for any disses from Young Thug about it.
Pusha T has replied after Young Thug accused him of taking jabs at Drake on an unreleased monitor. Reportedly known as “Paranoia”, the Pop Smoke track includes a verse during which Pusha it appears references the time he was once attacked onstage all the way through a 2018 live performance in 2018 — which he blamed on Drake on the time: “You know reality bites/It’s chess not checkers/Those empty threats only sound good on your records/If the patois is not followed by blocka/It’s like marked for death Screwface, without the choppa/Let ’em rush the stage when you made like Sinatra,” he reportedly raps.
Pusha wasn’t having any of it from Young Thug, who mentioned on his Instagram tale that he wouldn’t have gave the impression at the monitor if he knew it discussed the Drake pork. Pusha went off in his personal Instagram Story message, writing, “@youngthug you were the last verse added to the song and that’s ONLY because I requested YOU!! And most important @youngthug, just so we are clear… I WOULD NEVER look or need your RESPECT for what it is I bring to the rap game!!!”
On the unreleased Pop Smoke it appears not-so subtly references Drake once more, even citing his place of origin. He allegedly raps, “”Only to search out the blade, flyin’ again thru LaGuardia/I would possibly even purchase a house out in Mississauga.” Their feud began in 2018, when Pusha leaked the inside track that Drake had secretly had a son, Adonis Graham. rapping about him at the monitor “The Story of Adidon”.
Since then, the 2 were embroiled in a sour battle. Drake described the drama in an October 2018 episode of The Shop. “Rap purists and people who love confrontation, they love to say, ‘There’s no rules to this s**t!’ There are f**king rules to this s**t,” Drake mentioned.
“I’m gonna tell you something, I knew something was gonna come up about my kid. They had to add the deadbeat dad thing to make it more appealing, which is fine. The mom and dad thing… Whatever. You don’t even know my family.”