Unless you have been living without internet for the past two weeks, you may have heard about a little spat between Pusha-T and Drake, a feud that has resurrected the time-old tradition of the rap beef and set the blogosphere alight with hot takes. Now, however, it seems that the beef has been fully-cooked: in a new interview with Vanity Fair, Pusha says that "it's all over with."

"These conversations have been had and, to my knowledge, it’s all over," Pusha cotinues, after elaborating that "I don’t know what was lost or what was gained" from the heavily-publicized feud.

On a more lighthearted note, he also offers insight into his recent time spent with Kanye West in Wyoming, hilariously positing "I’m not an outdoors person at all, so there’s moose and foxes and birds with the wingspan of humans. And things that chase you. And spiders. Not into that."

Be sure to read the full interview over on Vanity Fair.

Read our op-ed on why rap beef is good for hip-hop here, and head here for a full timeline of the Pusha-T vs. Drake beef.

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