If you thought 2018 ended without another mention of the beefy battle between Drake and Pusha-T, think again. In a new interview with Variety, Pusha-T has opened up once more about the year's biggest rap feud, discussing why it happened and why he remains surprised it didn't go further.
"It was always going to be, always going to happen. I was always going to get off." Pusha-T explained. "'Infrared' had to happen. We were doing the back-and-forth. He had 'Two Birds, One Stone.' This is what rap is."
"I was in it for the long haul, for hip-hop," Pusha continued, "I thought this was going to be a running thing, back-and-forth. I was sure he’d have a rebuttal." Adding that he tends to "only deal in truth," the Daytona artist stated that he assumed, based on how the public processed and engulfed their beef, that there would have been many more chapters to the already lengthy saga.
Need a refresher? Check out our brief history of the entire back-and-forth.
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