“We don’t ban n***az we welcome them with open arms 😈🤞🏾," Chubbs wrote on Instagram.
"Come on over," Drake wrote in the comments alongside a laughing emoji, as can be seen below.
While they weren’t directly responding to any comments, their remarks do come not long after Pusha-T claimed he’s been “banned” from Canada.
“I’m banned from Canada,” Pusha-T said on an episode of Drink Champs. During his appearance, the It’s Almost Dry rapper said that he didn’t want to get into it but revealed that it was his manager who informed him that he couldn't visit the country.
The “ban” that Pusha appears to be talking about could be connected to his infamous 2018 concert in Toronto that went down amid the Drizzy beef. That show ended abruptly after people appeared to start fighting on stage, which ultimately resulted in the police being called. It’s unclear if any legal authorities have placed a ban on Push or not, but the OVO camp appear to have indicated that they have nothing to do with such a ban if it is actually in place.