Pusha-T is another veteran labelmate and longtime friend of Ye’s, and during his visit to Ebro in the Morning, he talked about his reaction to West’s comments during that interview.
“Nah, it be a lot of underhanded stuff that goes on [that we might not know about],” Push said when asked if he called Ye immediately after hearing his comments about Sean on Drink Champs. “I feel like, Ye ‘gon say what he ‘gon say. He ‘gon speak what he ‘gon speak. That type of stuff doesn’t bother me. I think, if you feel like that, and if you feel like you were slighted in any way, shape, or form, then you speak on it. I didn’t have a problem with that, necessarily.”
“I love Kanye, bro,” Sean said at the time. “I love him for the opportunity he gave me, and all these things. But I thought what he said was some bitch ass shit.”
Push went on to say that he and Ye’s political views don’t align, with him supporting Hillary Clinton at one point in time, but that they don’t let their differences impact their relationship. A relationship that Push said he has no interest in rekindling, however, is with Drake.
“Nah, man,” the rapper answered when asked if he has had a conversation with Drizzy since their infamous beef. “For me, it’s nothing no more. There’s not a conversation I need to have, like, at all. I’m cool.”
And in the hypothetical situation of the two rappers being in the same place, he said he wouldn’t pay Drake any mind.
Watch Push’s full visit to Ebro in the Morning up top.