Pusha-T Laughs Off Drake's 'The Shop' Comments About Their Beef

Pusha-T is not stressing over Drake's response to him on 'The Shop.'

Pusha-T doesn't seem too concerned about Drake's in-depth conversation with Lebron James on The Shop. The rapper was spotted in the comments of DJ Akademiks' Instagram, laughing along with a user who noted that Drake seemed more concerned with protecting Noah "40" Shebib than his own son.

Drake essentially gave Push a pass on talking about his son because he was expecting it. 

“I knew something was gonna come up about my kid. They had to add the deadbeat thing to make it more appealing, which is fine. I understand that. Even that, I was like, OK. The mom and dad thing, whatever. You don’t even know my family," he said. 

His attitude quickly changed when he got to the lines about Shebib and his multiple sclerosis diagnosis. 

"When you mention defenseless people who are sick in the hospital, that passed away, that really sent me to a place where I just believed then, and believe now, that there’s just a price that you have to pay for that. It’s over," he said. "Someone’s gonna fucking punch you in the fucking face."

A user wrote "Drake was finna fight Pusha T about his producer instead of his son lol" under a clip of the interview shared by Akademiks. Rather than cook up some more bars for Drake, Pusha simply responded with a string of laughing emojis. 

Pusha also retweeted a video that showed Lebron James working out to his album DAYTONA during the feud. 


Drake was on The Shop unloading his emotions about his beef with @PUSHA_T to a guy he call his brother and had a text convo with during the beef.

Whole time during the beef that same guy was working out to #Daytona 😂😂😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/uK9mFW5qL9


Drake said that he had a response to "The Story of Adidon" ready to go, but decided not to release it because he didn't want to continue down the path of getting lower and lower with each track. 

"I either go all the way filthy or I fall back and I have this sort of chink in my armor for the rest of time to a rap purist," he said. "Which is fine, I can live with that. I would much rather live with that than the things that I was about to [say]."

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