Pusha T is talking about his resumed dispute with Drake.
Days after the 31-year-old rapper "Nice for What" suggested on the HBO show of LeBron James The store that Kanye West told Pusha T that Drake had a child with the former adult film star Sophie Brussaux, Pusha T said in Wednesday's episode of The Joe Budden podcast that the highly personal details really came through Noah "40" Shebib.
"The information came in at 40," said Pusha T. "He did not come from Kanye at all, 40 is sleeping with a woman … He talks to him daily, five, six hours a day … it gives him opportunities and, Ultimately, he talks about how he is disgusted with certain things, notoriety and things that involve Drake and his career, and so on. "
Pusha T, 41, continued: "With that came the fact that Drake has a son. With that also came the trip that everyone took to go see the child and bring gifts and all this information. She divulged this information. That's where he came from. "
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In his song "The Story of Adidon," Pusha T accused Drake of being the father of an illegitimate child before Drake publicly acknowledged his son with his own song, "March 14." Scorpion album. The Pusha T track also touched Drake's supposed habit of moving away from relationships and from his parents.
During his appearance in The store, Drake hinted that the information about his son must have reached Pusha T through West, who produced "The Adidon Story," but insists that it did not.
"I feel and think about that, and I do not like how the narrative has changed," said Pusha T on the podcast. "The narrative has totally changed, number one. And, not at all, it is not true. And I'm just mine. I'm very fair in saying: "You know what, it can make sense in Drake's mind that it's Oh, you told Push about my son and my situation. I was in Wyoming. "It's wrong, it did not happen like that, it never happened."
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Pusha T added: "In Drake's mind, one plus one is probably equal to 2. Totally it's not true … It's not what it is, it's not what happened, not where the information came from.
Drake said in the program that he considered "Adidon's story" "a hell of chess movement".
"The song, I thought it was garbage. But the chess movement was a genius, "Drake said earlier." Against the wall. I get dirty or fall backwards and I have this kind of cracks in my armor for the rest of the time to a rap purist. Which is fine, I can live with that. I would rather live with that than with the things I was about to … the research I did, the things I was going to say, and the places I was going to go. Not only for him, but also for the other. "
Pusha T also responded to Drake's anger that Pusha T had exposed the battle of Shebib to multiple sclerosis.
"People love to say, like rap purists and people who love confrontation, they love to say," Yes, there are no rules in this regard. " But there are rules of the game in this, "Drake said earlier." And I'm going to tell you something: it's like, I knew something was going to come up about my son. They had to add the best to make it more attractive, which is fine. I understand that. Even that, I was like, fine. Mom and dad, whatever. You do not even know my family. But I tell you, wishing death to my friend who has MS? "
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Qualifying the appearance of Drake in the "partial" program, Pusha T said: "Everyone listened to the song, I do not want death to anyone … It's not that I care."
He added: "The only reason this is coming up now, the only reason I'm here now, really, really, is because I was very passionate about the whole EM thing."