During his conversation with N.O.R.E. and DJ EFN on the Drink Champs podcast, which the video premiered today (May 7) on YouTube, King Push shared his thoughts about his past rap feud with Drake and the aftermath of it. When N.O.R.E. said that he went too far with outing Drizzy’s secret love child on his diss track “Story of Adidon,” Pusha vehemently disagreed.
“I don’t care. That’s why you don’t play with me. There is no too far,” he stated. “Anybody who’s ever told me that I went too far, I never spoke to them again.”
Later, the former Clipse member revealed that he’s actually banned from Canada following his November 2018 show in Toronto, where several fans bum-rushed the stage and a brawl ensued.
“I’m banned from Canada. I can’t get back over there,” Push said, adding that he found out after he left the Great White North. “I ain’t allowed to go back over there.”
N.O.R.E. suggested that Kanye West can call Donald Trump and help smooth things over with the Canadian authorities, but the G.O.O.D. Music president declined. ���Nope, I’m cool,” he said.
Off mic, it appears Pusha T’s manager, Steven Victor, explained to the Drink Champs crew that his ban from Canada came after his 2018 concert in Toronto, where fans started fighting while Push was performing onstage.
N.O.R.E. asked Push if he performed “Story of Adidon” at the show, to which he said, “No.”
“I went to my show [and] it was rowdy people at the show,” Push explained. “I didn’t even get to the song. It got rowdy and I got on my way. It was cool.”
N.O.R.E. then questioned Pusha T if he would ever squash his beef with the OVO Sound boss. The Virginia-bred rapper said the beef had been squashed. “There’s nothing for me to squash. I’ve done it all. I’m finished, I’m cool,” he said. “Ain’t nothing for me to do.”
Watch the Drink Champs interview with Pusha T below. Fast-forward to the 44-minute mark to watch Push reveal that he’s banned from Canada.
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