Last night, Curtis Jackson went to Twitter to share a hilarious comparison of himself and King Push.
Why are people saying this, Damn so everybody know I’m crazy🤦♂️ pic.twitter.com/KsWw1xGy6v
— 50cent (@50cent) May 30, 2018
Since yesterday, 50 has continued to keep tabs on the Pusha/Drizzy rap battle.
— SOHH (@sohh) May 30, 2018
In a new interview, Pusha-T didn’t hold back on explaining why he’s made the battle extra personal.
“All bets are off because of that,” Pusha said referencing Drake mentioning his fiancée’s name in last week’s “Duppy Freestyle” diss record. “All bets should be off. It’s all fair game. Yes. … I’m prepared for everything. I need a few answers. I really do. I really need to understand what makes you take a picture like that. What’s the problem? What’s the problem? Listen, even the baby thing is a little crazy. Who rolls out their baby with a sweatsuit? Get outta here. What are you doing? See the Adidas situation is this. The child, allegedly his new line on Adidas is called ‘Adidon’ which is named after Adonis is son. We couldn’t know about your child until you started selling sweatsuits and sneakers? That’s a rollout. Listen, we don’t know. We know we couldn’t know until he sold the sweatsuit.” (“The Breakfast Club”)
Pusha-T also said it’s important for Drake to speak up and come clean on his now-publicized alleged skeletons.
“Listen man, I’m just here. I’m here for the sport of it but like I said, when it gets personal it just gets personal. I definitely didn’t go too far with anything. I’m not censoring myself it’s just more content if needed for later. Definitely not censoring myself. I’m gonna tell y’all like this, I don’t have no skeletons. It is what it is. If he taps out, yeah, I’m not gonna bully the situation. I think it’s bigger questions now. … We talked about the writing, ghostwriting accusations, we off that. Now we get to blackface – I’m not ready to excuse that. I’m not really ready to excuse you talking multi-million dollar talk to me and you’re tucking a baby. I don’t even hang with my friends who have child support friends.” (“The Breakfast Club”)