Apparently, Young Thug forgot that Pusha T goes hard … or maybe he didn’t care. Either way, he surely wanted all the smoke when he came at Push for his verse on Pop Smoke’s leaked track “Paranoia”.
Both Pusha and Thugger are featured on the song by the late rapper, one that wasn’t included on his last album, Shoot for the Stars, Aim for the Moon. But, according to a message via Young’s Instagram story, he’s not too happy with King Push’s verse which seems to be another attack towards Drizzy.
Pusha’s verse contains references to Canada and Drake’s panache for Patois, and according T, it put the Canadian rapper on notice and he’s the one who snitched to label heads. If it were not for that rat behavior, no one would have known what the verse was about, at least, that’s what Pusha T said to Young in an IG clapback.
“The Story of Adidon” rapper went on to let Thugger know that he wouldn’t even be on the song if it wasn’t for him and that he gives zero f***s about gaining his respect.
Push ended his social media messages with one directed at label boss and Pop Smoke’s manager Steven Victor demanding to be taken of the song for the deluxe album of the late rapper’s album.
Pusha T may not have wanted the attention on him, but unfortunately, it’s too late. The rapper is trending on Twitter and this new beef with Thug and old beef with Drizzy has taken over timelines. Hopefully, the focus will reshift to Pop Smoke — the deluxe version of his album Shoot for the Stars, Aim for the Moon may be available as soon as July 20th, which would have been Smoke’s 21st birthday.