Coming after throwing Drake under the bus with his song “The Story Of Adidon” over the summer, Pusha T has remained quiet about where his intel originated from until his recent appearance on Joe Buddens Podcast.
Appearing on an episode of Buddens Podcast, Push reveals the information didn’t come from Kanye West but from OVO producer Noah “40” Shebib.
“The information came from 40,” Push T tells Budden. “It didn’t come from Kanye at all. 40 is sleeping with a woman who begins … he talks to her daily … talks to a woman five, six hours a day, provides opportunity for her and ultimately speaks about how he’s disgruntled about certain things like notoriety and things involving Drake and his career.”
After the viral Pusha T diss had almost but left everyone’s minds it was brought back to light when Drake appeared on LeBron James’ HBO series The Shop earlier this month. The platinum-selling rapper told James the line about Noah 40’s Multiple Sclerosis was actually what got to him the most.
“Wishing death upon my friend who has MS … I study rap battles for a living,” Drake tells James. “When you mention defenseless people who are sick in the hospital, who have passed away, I just believe that there’s a price you have to pay for that. It’s over! Someone’s gonna fucking punch you in the fucking face. The shit’s done, the event’s over.”
— Tra😛😎🤘🏾 (@tragot_kicks) October 13, 2018
Catching wind of the development Pusha T at first brushed it off but later told Joe Budden there are absolutely no rules when it comes to rap beef and disagrees with Drake’s assessment of the rap verse.
“I didn’t wish death on nobody,” Push says. “Not that I care, let’s be clear. With that being the case, when I sit back and think about it, I don’t like how the narrative has changed. I don’t think it’s fair. It may make sense in Drake’s mind that “Ye told Push about my son and my situation” … I was in Wyoming … that’s wrong, it didn’t happen like that. Never happened.”
Fast forward some more and Pusha T also touches on the subject of Drake supposedly being locked and loaded with another diss track aimed at Push.
“It was bogus,” he says. “If someone is looking at this (The Shop episode) they may think he did some crazy research and that research ain’t come back with nothing … as a matter of fact, they taped the conversations and gave them to me.
“So play em, if you want, cause I got em! I just don’t want niggas thinking they got one up on me, or they money or they popularity runs me. This shit is some rap shit.”
Listen to the full podcast below.