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CAMBRIDGE, MA - MARCH 31: Rapper Pusha T speaks at Harvard University on March 31, 2016 at the Harvard-Yenching Library in Cambridge, Massachusetts. (Photo by Mike Lawrie/Getty Images)

Pusha-T is a savage for this one.

Drake made an appearance on LeBron’s HBO special, The Shop, and gave his thoughts about his beef with Pusha for the first time since the disses dropped.

View the segment below.

Drake Opens Up About Kanye & Pusha T Beef & His Son Adonis On Lebron's "THE SHOP" Show

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It all makes sense, the ‘deadbeat’ references and family stuff, it’s all on the table for a diss track, but you can tell Drake felt a type of way about Pusha dragging Drake’s producer, Noah “40” Shebib and his diagnosis of multiple sclerosis into it.

DJ Akademiks posted this to his Instagram and Push-T decided he would chime in with a little cryptic comment.

Man Pusha T out here in my comments laughing at Drizzy. Did drake do the right thing by not responding or.......

63.5k Likes, 5,108 Comments - DJ Akademiks (@akadmiks) on Instagram: "Man Pusha T out here in my comments laughing at Drizzy. Did drake do the right thing by not..."

Pusha responded to a comment claiming that Drake would fight Pusha for his producer before his own son with three laughing face emojis.

I have to say I agree with Drake, wishing actual death upon a sick man that potentially can’t defend himself is a bit malicious but then again, to the hip-hop community, there are no rules in rap diss tracks.

It’s good to finally hear Drake’s side to the beef and hear his actual emotions about the entire situation.

I still want to hear the response because I know he went at Pusha’s neck with it, but unfortunately we probably won’t ever hear it.

 

Written by Christopher Schweitzer
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