AceShowbiz - Drake has seemingly responded to Pusha T's claim about being banned from Canada. After his nemesis alleged that he was not welcomed to the country amid their feud, the "Certified Lover Boy" artist encouraged the "Mercy" spitter to come there.
On Sunday, May 22, OVO team member Chubbs shared on Instagram a black-and-white photo of the crew. In the accompaniment of the post, he wrote, "We Don't Ban N***az We Welcome Them With Open Arms," adding a purple demon and mob ties fingers crossed emojis.
The post did not go unnoticed by Drake. Taking to the comment section, the "Laugh Now Cry Later" rapper sent out what appeared to be an invitation to his rival. He penned, "[crying laughing emoji] come on over."
Pusha made his claim when appearing on "Drink Champs" podcast. "I'm banned from Canada," the 45-year-old declared, to which co-host N.O.R.E. a.k.a. Noreaga suggested that he "went too far" on his diss record.
Defending himself, Pusha stressed, "I don't care. There is no too far! I don't play like that, that's why you don't play with me… Leave me alone!" He further argued, "Leave me be! Because there is no too far."
Prior to that, Pusha made it clear that he doesn't want to collab with Drake and that he is "cool without it." He also assured viewers that he's "at peace. … I want nothing."
Pusha went on to note why he and Drake haven't officially squashed their beef. "I won't speak on have happened since. … For me, it ain't even about, you know. If it was just a rap thing and what is what it was, y'know, that was cool," he shared.
The pair began feuding after the "Diet Coke" emcee dropped a song titled "The Story of Adidon" in which he alleged that Drake was hiding a son. In May 2018, Pusha claimed that he got the information from Kanye West.