UPDATE: Pusha also found the time to stop by Hot 97 (again) to speak to Funkmaster Flex. You can now see both interviews below.
After having just appeared on The Breakfast Club during the promotional run for Daytona, Pusha T called into the show this morning to speak on his newly released track “The Story of Adidon,” a fiery diss to Drake following the Toronto star’s “Duppy Freestyle.” Simply put, Pusha T feels everything is fair game now, and there’s more where that came from.
Check it out above…(post-response from Noah “40” Shebib and The Multiple Sclerosis Society) do you feel he went too far?
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