Drake celebrated his 33rd birthday on Thursday (Oct. 24) and held a party in honor of his special day. Things were presumably going well until they got a little awkward when a DJ started to play a song featuring Pusha-T.

In a video that surfaced on FlyestAround’s Twitter account on Friday, the DJ started to play Kanye West’s remix of Chief Keef’s “I Don’t Like,” which features a verse from King Push, at Drizzy's party. When Pusha-T’s voice rings out from the speakers, someone runs up to the DJ and tells him to not play it.

Of course, Pusha-T and Drake have a long-standing feud with each other, so that might explain why the guy was waving to the DJ not to play Pusha-T at Drake's birthday party.

Drizzy and Push had been exchanging subliminal disses over the years, but things got more wild after the two exchanged respective disses in May 2019. On his song "The Story of Adidon," Push revealed the existence of Drake's son Adonis to the world.

Still, Drizzy's enjoyed a very successful year and some change since that whole exchange. In a celebratory Instagram post he uploaded earlier today, the 6ix God reflected on his blessings.

"I’ve spent many nights over the last 4 or 5 years feeling like people did not like me or resented me for things beyond my control," Drizzy said in part. "I would sometimes settle into this mindset for months at a time. Today I woke up and looked at my phone and realized how much positive energy and how many unbreakable bonds I have in my life from incredible people. All the messages and posts just reminded me that I am covered in a blanket of love and support and I should never second guess that. Thank you for a truly uplifting day. Love you all forever."

Check out the DJ getting told not to play Pusha-T at Drake's party below. See Drake's thoughtful IG post below that.

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