AceShowbiz - Pusha T got a stage scare when he performed at the Rolling Loud New York over the weekend. King Push was opening up his set in front of the audience when he was caught off guard by his friend Wale.
In a viral video of the moment, it could be seen that Wale was sneaking up behind the G.O.O.D. Music founder. When he realized someone was on the stage, the Virgina rapper looked so surprised that he stepped back.
He quickly got into a defensive position as he threw his fist up, ready to punch the intruder any time. However, when he realized that the man was Wale, Pusha went to give him a tight hug.
The video didn't go unnoticed by Drake's right-hand man Chubbs. He used the video of his pal's old rival as some joke material as he wrote in a comment section of an Instagram post of the video, "Jump Man," before adding multiple laughing emojis. It was clear that he made a joking nod to Drake and Future's 2015 collab "Jumpman."
Chubbs' comment might reignite the feud between Pusha and Drake which had been settled down. The pair had an intense beef in 2018 as they threw extremely personal disses through songs before Kanye West and Rap-A-Lot Records founder J. Prince decided to put a stop to the battle.
Fans might remember when Pusha dropped a diss track titled "The Story of Adidon", in which he claimed that the Canadian rapper was "hiding a child." The song prompted Drizzy to eventually open up about his son on his album "Scorpion".