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Pusha-T says his beef with Drake is 'all over with'

Rap-A-Lot CEO J. Prince claimed Kanye West contacted him to put an end to the beef, and in turn talked to Drake about a ceasefire with Push.


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It appears Pusha-T and Drake might have called a truce after all.

 

Fans awaiting Drake's response to "The Story of Adidon," a vicious track were Pusha called him "deadbeat" father among many other things, isn't coming. And Push seemed to acknowledge its end in a Vanity Fair profile.

 

"I mean, you know. These conversations have been had and, to my knowledge, its all over. It's all over with," said the Virginia native. 

I mean, listen: Im ready to be back to the music for real. Just feeding my base, thats it. Thats the most important thing to me at all times.

Pusha T
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Pusha didn't reveal the details of how the beef was ultimately ended, and he appeared to be ready to attack Drake should he respond.

 

However, if you've been on top of most hip-hop outlets and social media, Rap-A-Lot CEO J. Prince claimed Kanye West contacted him to put an end to the beef, and in turn talked to Drake about a ceasefire.

"My lane is just my lane, that's it. . . . I think about myself right now and just knowing my lane, knowing what I want to do, knowing who I want to talk to every time," said the rapper regarding his style and topical matter, usually centered around street life. 

 

"Knowing that Im not ever reaching to grab anything extra," he added. "And people accept me at this. Man, Im going to dial in so crazy. Im going to dial in so, so crazy every time just to speak to those people. Because I feel like I have it. When I dont feel like I have it, then I just wont do it."

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