Like many of you, 50 Cent couldn’t take his eyes off the dramatic Drake vs. Pusha-T saga: “I’m just enjoying the show like everybody else on this one,” he wrote on Instagram following the release of Pusha’s scathing “The Story of Adidon” track.
Fif was obviously entertained by the back-and-forth, as demonstrated on his social media accounts; however, the G-Unit boss didn’t declare a winner in the longstanding beef—at least not right away.
Now that the dust has seemingly settled, 50 spoke about the feud in a recent interview on the Whoolywood Shuffle. And, as you might’ve guessed, he crowned King Push the victor.
“Pusha T was dead in pocket on that because he offered information to the public before that they didn’t know that was real,” 50 Cent said at the 11:10 mark. “[…] They heard the lines [and say], ‘Wait. That was true?’ […] People's interest in Drake is what made the line so good. It became as important as he was to the actual culture at that point, because these are true statements.”
50 went on to say that Drake “could make a song that sound like God wrote it,” but because he took the L in the Pusha fight, listeners won’t care.
You can check out 50’s full interview with DJ Whoo Kid above. The rapper also discusses XXXTentacion’s legacy, G.O.O.D. Music’s seven-track format, his friendship with 6ix9ine, as well as the Carter's new album Everything Is Love.