AceShowbiz - Pusha T appears to react to Drake's shade in the latter's interview with Rap Radar. Pusha seemingly tried to let everyone know that he wasn't bothered by Drake's remarks as he said that he didn't plan to squash his beef with Pusha in the recent interview.
On December 31, 2019, Pusha raised eyebrows by posting a cryptic tweet on his account. The "Mercy" hitmaker's last tweet in 2019 saw him a long series of "haha." While Pusha didn't offer an explanation behind the tweet, some people thought that it was his response to Drake's interview.
"Look everyone, Push passive aggressively subtweeting again," one Twitter user commented alongside a GIF of Drake, alluding that Pusha's tweet was directed to the Canadian star. "Lemme guess. You just heard about your biggest fan's recent interview," another fan said.
Feeling excited by the thought of Pusha clapping back at Drake, someone wrote, "Best tweet ever. Pusha knows he's about to crush the competition this decade." Meanwhile, one fan suggested to ignore the viral Drake clip. "I've never seen the drake clip, cause you know, it's Drake. But Push, you're so much better as an artist and making actual progress as a business man within the industry, just leave that boy alone. We wouldn't even know which one of his writer's you'd be battling lol," the person said.
Sitting down with Elliott Wilson and Brian "B. Dot" Milley for a lengthy interview on "Rap Radar" podcast, Drake addressed his feud with Pusha. "I have no desire to ever mend anything with that person. That situation just went where it went and there is no turning back. It's not like those other situations that you mention," the "In My Feelings" hitmaker shared.
When asked if the 42-year-old went too far by revealing the existence of Drake's son Adonis, Drake responded, "I'll say this. I tip my hat to the chess move. I mean, it was a genius play in the game of chess. And definitely warranted my first quote-unquote 'loss' in the competitive sport of rapping."
"He's just made an entire career off of it. Some people like his music, I personally don't 'cause I don't believe any of it," he continued.