Drake Fans Dug Up Pusha T's Old Tweets And He Might Have Some Explaining To Do

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Drake Fans Dug Up Pusha T's Old Tweets And He Might Have Some Explaining To Do

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PUBLISHED ON : JUNE 1, 2018 / 12:52 PM

Over 48 hours have passed since Pusha T unleashed his blistering “Story of Adidon” diss record amid his rap cold war with Drake and still no clap back from the OVO Sound boss, as he’s historically mastered in past hip-hop feuds.

Unsurprisingly, fans are getting a little impatient for Drizzy’s response. And since he hasn’t gone in for the kill on the GOOD Music emcee, they’re attempting to do it for him by resurfacing some questionable race-regarding tweets from King Push’s past.

The 4-year-old tweets are from a rather frustrating experience for Pusha while he was flying first class back in October 2014. Perhaps what made it even more disappointing for him was the fact that it was a Black airline employee who subjected him to the mistreatment.

“When your black flight attendant is rude to you before he realizes u are in first class…” he tweeted. “NOW YOU WILL DANCE FOR ME SAMBO!!”

The Daytona rapper went on to blast the attendant’s coon-like behavior, demanding he “smile” and “dance” for the remainder of the flight and dubbing him a “TOM” and “#2014Coon.”

“And you better clap your god*** feet on demand you monkey!!!” Pusha wrote.

To the average person, the tweets might merely be a jab back at the Black attendant’s discriminatory behavior to someone of his own race, folks who would typically be considered “Uncle Toms” and “coons.” But for Drake fans, they believe it’s a worthy rebuttal to Drizzy’s Blackface exposé orchestrated by King Push.

You be the judge after reading the tweets below.

Written by Diamond Alexis

(Photo: Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Anheuser-Busch)


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