Ever since Drake and Pusha-T had a massive falling out, there were a few people in the line-up that took shots as a result of the bad blood, including Drake’s best friend, Noah Shebib, Drake’s son, and then Pusha’s wife, Virginia “Ginny” Williams.
In an episode of HBO’s The Shop, Drizzy spoke about how the former Clipse member pushed boundaries when he wished death on his friend. Fans of the Toronto-native know Noah suffers from multiple sclerosis.
Curiously, reports claim it was actually Noah who informed Pusha of Drake’s secret child. During an interview with Complex, Bun B shared what he thought was crossing the line in the Pusha-Drake feud.
In Drake’s song, “Duppy Freestyle,” he took shots at Pusha’s wife, Virginia, when he said in one bar, “And I’m going to let it ring on you like Virginia Williams.”
It was for that reason that Pusha went no-holds-barred on his massive diss-track, “The Story Of Adidon,” where the rapper excoriated Drake with a picture of him in black-face, arguably one of the most embarrassing photos of all time.
Bun, on the other hand, believes it should’ve turned physical, rather than Pusha releasing a diss-track. “I’m probably going to put hands on you in certain situations,” the rapper explained.
Bun B believes there are repercussions for going in on people like that, and some of those might be violent. Bun said, “some people are going to take the lowest shots,” and one has to be prepared for that.
The rapper joked that perhaps the best time to violently ambush another person is when they’re shopping for groceries. “It’s just a part of the culture,” the MC remarked.
Some online didn’t agree with his methods. A person wrote on Instagram, “maybe that’s why most people have never heard of Bun B. Nobody wants to work with a violent thug who attacks people.”