Pusha T is still fighting with Drake, bringing up all kinds of personal matters now, including an alleged son he shares with Sophie Brussaux, and now, race relations. During an interview on Big Boy’s Neighborhood, Pusha T accused Drake of being “silent” on all things African-American.
According to the rapper – who just released his album, DAYTONA, produced by Kanye West and his record label, G.O.O.D. Music – he has a gigantic platform but rarely uses it for political issues.
Especially ones related to black people in the United States and Canada. Pusha T said during the interview, “you don’t stand for nothing.”
As you may know, Drake was born in Toronto, Canada, to a white Jewish mother and a black father. Since Pusha accused the self-proclaimed “Six-God,” of leaving black people behind, Drake hasn’t come out in response.
The Toronto native is probably carefully weighing his options and will come out guns blazing. Last year, Sophie Brussaux claimed she had text messages proving he was the father of her child, but Drake said he didn’t think it was his.
However, a representative speaking on his behalf said Drake “would do the right thing by the child,” if it were really his child. On Big Boy’s Neighborhood, Pusha T said, “I’m extremely tasteful in all this.”
As it was previously reported, Drake and Pusha-T have been fighting in the last week. Following the release of Drake’s “Duppy Freestyle,” Pusha-T slammed him in return.
He accused him of using Quentin Miller as a ghostwriter, something which has haunted the Toronto rapper since the release of his album, If You’re Reading This, You’re Too Late.
Drake isn’t the only person to fight with Pusha-T recently. Previously, Bobby Brown, the ex-husband of Whitney Houston, said Pusha’s use of Whitney Houston’s drug covered bathroom wasn’t a good thing to do. It was “disgusting,” Bobby said.