The confidence rappers exude is that of another level. Recently, Pusha T is still feeling the wrath of archnemesis, Drake after a brawl ensued during his show in Toronto, home of the 6 God. However, the GOOD Music President seemed rather unfazed by the events and left the concert unscathed. He addressed the crowd, "This n**ga [Drake] paid some n**gas to throw beer, n**ga! The f**k is that?" Despite reports stating that one participant is in critical condition after being stabbed, Push doesn't seem to be involved in any way.
On the less hostile side of rap beefs, fellow Canadian rapper Tory Lanez inserted himself into a tic-for-tat war with Massachusetts native, Joyner Lucas. However, now the "Say It" emcee wants all the smoke with King Push.
The Everyday Struggle host stated Lanez needed to be humbled and thought the Daytona emcee would be the man for the job. That didn't go over too smoothly. Despite being a Push fan, he enocuraged the battle. "Matter of fact, tell him to step up too... we are accepting all smoke," he said with conviction.
Push has yet to accept the challenge, but for now all Canadians should keep a safe distance. Peep Tory's proposal below.
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