After weeks of trading lyrical barbs and social media shade, the drama between Push and Drizzy has seemingly fizzled out. Many fans were holding their collective breaths for Drake’s response to “The Story of Adidon,” a brutally cold track on which King Push accused the 6 God of being a “deadbeat” father. (There were also some low blows about Drake’s parents as well as the health condition of his go-to producer Noah “40” Shebib.)
Though fans were eager to see Drake fire back, Pusha recently revealed that the longstanding feud was finally over.
“I mean, you know. These conversations have been had and, to my knowledge, it’s all over. It’s all over with,” he told Vanity Fair. “I mean, listen: I’m ready to be back to the music for real. Just feeding my base, that’s it. That’s the most important thing to me at all times.”
Pusha didn’t reveal the details of how the beef was ultimately squashed; however, J. Prince recently claimed Kanye West contacted him to put an end to all the drama. Prince said he agreed with Ye.
“[Push] has crossed the line where music is concerned,” the Rap-A-Lot Records CEO said on Ebro in the Morning. “I called it a pig-pen mentality. You know what I mean? We could get in that pit and wallow and slop with him, or we could move on. We chose to move on.”
You can read Pusha’s full Vanity Fair interview here. The Bronx-born rapper also discusses his newly released album DAYTONA, working with Kanye, as well as the concerns he had about 'Ye's recent controversies.