If so, Pusha will have had the last word with the fierce diss track 'The Story of Adidon' - which Drake still hasn't responded to
Pusha’s subsequent retort to Drake – ‘The Story Of Adidon’ – set the music world alight, with many people considering Pusha the winner of the beef through the content of the track alone – as well as the controversial artwork, which used an old photo of Drake in blackface.
Pusha has spoken once again about his recent dispute with Drake – but he might have disappointed fans who had hoped for more from the feud by claiming in a new interview that “it’s all over” between the two.
Asked by Vanity Fair about what “we’re supposed to learn” from his feud with Drake, Pusha said: “I don’t even know. I don’t know what was lost or what was gained.”
Pusha then said that he considered the beef to have been quashed. “These conversations have been had and, to my knowledge, it’s all over,” he said. “It’s all over with… 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.”
The rapper also spoke about how he’d managed to obtain the photo of Drake in blackface for ‘The Story of Adidon’.
“People really love me, man,” Pusha said. “People love me and people are disloyal as fuck. People are so disloyal, man, it’s so weird.”
Earlier this week, Drake’s mentor J. Prince made the claim that the Toronto rapper had been ready to respond to ‘The Story Of Adidon’ until he was advised against escalating the beef – with the diss track in question apparently featuring lyrics which could’ve been “career-ending” for Kanye West.