One of the biggest beefs in the modern era included The Clipse’ Pusha T and Canadian rap icon Drake. The men have been going back and forth with each other on songs since 2011, but things hit a boiling point in 2018.
Pusha T took things up a notch when he revealed Drake had a son out of wedlock with the disrespectful track entitled “The Story of Adidon.” Drake and Kanye’s relationship also took a screeching halt during the time as the “Certified Lover Boy” believed the rap billionaire spilled the info to his G.O.O.D. Music label artist.
Eventually the tension between Drake and Kanye was put to the wayside when the rappers came together for the “Free Larry Hoover” benefit concert in December of 2020. The following month, Drake appeared to let people know he had no more problems with Pusha T as well.
On Friday (January 28), the 6 God took to Instagram with a video of him enjoying some father-son time with four-year-old Adonis, who was engaging in playful banter with his dad while speaking French. In his caption, Drake quoted some of Pusha T’s old lyrics to capture the moment with his son.
“I been around the world thrice times I mean what I say…,” he wrote.
Now a month later, Pusha T is in album promotion mode and fans were wondering where his mindset is at concerning Drake. During an interview with Complex, Pusha T relayed to Speedy Morman about the Drake post and his use of one of his lines. He explains not having any issue with it.
“I thought he was propping up his son speaking French,” Pusha said before saying he didn’t find anything suspicious about it. “I wouldn’t put my son in that type of energy, and he was a Clipse fan back then, so it makes sense.”
This of course led to Speedy addressing the benefit concert that led to Kanye and Drake squashing their beef. Speedy wanted to know if he would get over with the feuding.
Oh, I’ve already looked past that,” he said. “I looked past that. I don’t look towards that anymore. Bygones are bygones, as far as I see. I think it’s really good that they did squash it. That works really good for them.”
Pusha T continued, “When he told me, I told him that might be good for you. That shit will work well for you. We don’t gotta consult, but we just had a talk about it.”
It appears there will be no diss songs coming as Pusha T has also moved on from the beef with the Toronto rapper.