Pusha-T Nods Along as Fans Chant “F*!k Drake” at Chicago Show
It's the beef that just won't die. During an Aug. 8 tour stop in Chicago, Pusha-T was greeted onstage with an enthusiastic chant of "Fuck Drake" from an adoring crowd. Evidently, Pusha didn't seem to mind.
As the chant gained traction, Pusha nodded along with a hint of a smile on his face before holding his hand up. "Now that we got that off," he said after a brief pause to cheers from the audience. "I got this album called Daytona," he continued. "Rap album of the motherfucking year."
The chant, of course, stems from the artists' May beef that essentially broke the internet. It all began when Pusha took a subtle jab at Drake on his Daytona album, to which Drizzy responded with "Duppy Freestyle," calling out Pusha for his beloved cocaine raps.
Pusha then responded with a clapback song of his own, "The Story of Adidon," which had both rappers and rap fans alike in disbelief, as Pusha outed Drake for fathering a child with rumored ex-porn star Sophie Brussaux.
Drake went radio silent after the song's release, except to address the cover art for the song, which featured a real image of Drizzy in Blackface. "This picture is from 2007, a time in my life where I was an actor and I was working on a project that was about young black actors struggling to get roles, being stereotyped and type cast," he released in a statement at the time.
This isn't the first time Drake has been targeted by Pusha-T's concert crowds. During his performance at 2018 Governors Ball in June, a similar "Fuck Drake" chant broke out.
The beef "ended" when rap mogul J. Prince entered into the fray, saying that he told Drake not to respond to Pusha-T and called on Kanye West to shut down the crossfire. On June 8, Pusha himself said that the conflict was "all over."
Maybe the beef is over between the two artists, but Pusha's fans are definitely still feeling it. Check the videos of the most recent Drake diss chant below.
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