The Pusha T’ schedule is packed up as the release date for his forthcoming album It’s Almost Dry approaches. The rapper has been making those press rounds as he hops from one interview to the next. Recently, he spoke about a controversial statement from Kanye.

Pusha T made an appearance on Ebro in the morning for his most recent interview. He once again spoke about the record and his previous beef with Drake, something that he said is a thing of the past. During the interview, Pusha also spoke about that controversial moment Kanye West had on Drink Champs.

Kanye said on Drink Champs that John Legend and Big Sean are “sellouts” while stating that signing the latter to G.O.O.D. Music was the “worst thing I’ve ever done.”  Pusha was asked if he reached out to West after learning of his comments about Big Sean. Pusha shared that,

“Nah, t be a lot of underhanded stuff that goes on [behind the scenes]”

West is known for being unfiltered as it pertains to sharing his truth. Pusha T has not only acknowledged the fact, but accepted it. He said,  “I feel like, Ye gon’ say what he gon’ say. He gon’ speak what he gon’ speak,” The rapper added,

 “That type of stuff doesn’t bother me. I think, if you feel like that, and if you feel like you were slighted in any way, shape, or form, then you speak on it. I didn’t have a problem with that, necessarily.” 

Meanwhile, you can check out his interview below. Stay tuned to Thirsty.

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