Joe Budden was the latest to forward the theory that Pusha T got the information he used against Drake from Kanye West.
"I think that Drake was somewhere with Kanye. I think they were talking about stuff, as they were working. I think that Drake probably let Kanye hear a good amount of what he was working on, because that’s what artists do," Budden explained.
In a new article in Rolling Stone, three figures associated with Drake and Kanye speak on Pusha T's Drake diss The Story of Adidon and Drake's confessional Scorpion cut "March 14", in which he discusses his son Adonis in depth.
They all say that "March 14" came first, despite being released after. Here's" March 14" producer T-Minus:
"I’m assuming [Drake] called the record ‘March 14′ ’cause that’s when he did the record... I never even heard the content of the song until the album dropped." He said, "It was something private; it was supposed to be kept secure. The information got out and I’m assuming that’s how Push knew [about the child]," T-Minus explained.
Ye's collaborator, Malik Yusek added this:
“I was not there, but I do know that story: [Drake] played early versions of those songs and so on and so forth,” Yusef said. “You gotta be careful how you move, I think. Not I think, I know: You gotta be careful how you move, what you say to people, what gets out, and the whole nine [yards].” He added, "was it Confucius that said, ‘Often the thing whispered in the ear of your closest friend is heard 100 miles away by your greatest enemy’?”
J-Valle, who has a production credit on March 14, confirmed the timeline.
"[March 14] is the day [Drake] played Fortnite, and then he’s like, I gotta go on a plane to Wyoming in a few," he said. "It’s also the day he went to Wyoming to see them, Kanye and [his] camp – I wonder if they heard it then?”
Does this make Kanye a snake? Or is all fair in rap beef?