Drake discusses whether Pusha T left out too much in the Rap battle

Drake discusses whether Pusha T left out too much in the Rap battle

Drake didn’t get Christmas. On Christmas Eve, Aubrey Graham came out with his pseudo-British oral drill “War”. And yesterday, Drake took a lot of time off people’s vacations with a two and one hour interview. Drake sat down with Elliott Wilson of Rap Radar and Brian Miller for a “podcast” that is much more of a video camera. He talked about many things, but the thing that immediately grabbed everyone’s attention was what Drake said about his old opponent Pusha T.

One and a half years ago, Pusha went nuclear on his rack against Drake, revealing his “The Story Of Adidon” route and turning “hide a child” into a phrase. This controversy has cooled down, possibly by order of Kanye West. Drake has been talking about it ever since, and it’s always been bad. It’s still bad.

Speaking to Wilson and Miller, Drake said: “I have no desire to ever repair something with this person. This situation just went … you know, it went exactly where it went. There is no return. talk about the other [previous victims]. “

When asked if Pusha “went too far” to reveal the existence of Drake’s son in the world, Drake replied:

I’ll say this: I had my tip for chess moves. I mean, it was a game of chess in the game of chess and it justified my first quote – after the destruction of racing sport – obviously because I stole after realizing that the gap between us allowed him to drop a bomb in the world. That was all he cared about. I’m sleeping well at night knowing that I haven’t been overwhelmed, and I wasn’t devastated by some crazy song. It was just, you know, telling the world that the greatest artist then has a child he hasn’t told. So I knew, for me, it was over at this point. It wasn’t even a fight-rap or anything like that. The information was very shocking. As I said, it was a gigantic dog move. Obviously, when it comes to me, it’s not going to have any morals or respect. So the other thing on the record, whether it’s just the shit he does for my mom and dad, all that dumb shit – or, obviously, the one that hit me the most, which my boyfriend who wants an illness is dying – that shit, to me, is not really wavy. I’m not with that.

Drake edited:

There are obviously unwritten rules in sports for some people and obviously not for him. And that’s okay. He’s done a whole career away from that, and some people like his music. I personally don’t believe it because I don’t believe in any of it, and I love hearing kids I believe … When I was 16, thinking about being the biggest drug dealer in the world, serving bricks in every corner of America, yes , of course, I’m sure I was, you know, a fan. Obviously, more so, just a fan of Pharrell and the Neptunes. I wanted to sign Star Trak and things like that. That was the wave. But now that I am growing up and really know him, the truth is not as attractive as it once was.

Elsewhere in his interview, Drake reflects on his meteoric rise a decade ago, talks about fixing things with Chris Brown and Meek Mill, and claims he never used a ghostwriter and that he is not a culprit. Here is the full interview:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mmsasEoupO4 [/ embed]