Pusha T Banned From Canada Says Drake And Kanye Don’t Make Good Music

Pusha T was banned in Canada after a spat with Drake.

Immediately after his #1 album It’s Almost Dry, the “Diet Coke” rapper visited REVOLT’s “Drink Champs”, where he revisited his infamous feud with the Toronto rapper.

When the N.O.R.E. suggested that drake had gone too far in his diss of “The Story of Adidon,” in which he exposed him as a father, Pusha shut him down. I don’t give a. That’s why you’re not playing with me. Nothing too far.” “Anyone who told me I’d gone too far, I never spoke to them again.”

He announced that Drake was banned from entering his native Canada as a result of his 2018 show in Toronto, where a fight broke out. “I’m banned from Canada. I can’t go back there,” Pusha said. “I’m not allowed back there.”

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During the concert at Danforth Music Hall, more than one person tried to get on stage and throw beer at Pusha. And that led to an all-out fight. “I went to my show, they were bullies on the show,” Push said.

When asked if he could perform his Drake diss on the show, he said, “I couldn’t even get there. It got loud and I moved on.”

But he has made it clear that he has no interest in making things right with his Canadian rival. “There’s nothing for me to crush. I’ve done it all. I’m done.”

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Pusha T Reveals Why He Didn’t Feature Kendrick LAMAR On His Album

Pusha T ‘s new album It’s Almost Dry was released last month, but there was one feature that was deliberately lacking.

n an interview with GQ Hype, Pusha revealed that she asked Kendrick Lamar to be on her latest album. The Compton rapper was “one of the first people he called,” but they couldn’t find a song that was different enough from their latest collaboration, “Nosetalgia,” in 2013’s My Name Is My Name. Pusha didn’t want to repeat herself, so she finally decided to move on.

However, It’s Almost Dry includes JAY-Z, but Push was careful not to make another “Drug Dealer Anonymous.”

“I was so determined not to make the same JAY-Z recording,” he said of Pharrell’s “Neck & Wrist.”

He also recently weighed in on GQ and in 2018 declared Future the Best Rapper Alive, a title given to him by Complex.

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