Pusha T thinks Drake's a fake when it comes to smoke.
"It's funny because people will play with the whole battle notion in their raps," Push told Anupa Mistry. "They'll say slick things ... but then when it comes, it's 'Oh, it's too far. Ah, you can't do this. I'm going to write a whole dissertation about why this wasn't supposed to be.' Like bra, it's not even fun at this point.
Speaking of slick things, in the same interview Push called out rappers who try to pad their streaming stats by putting out 25 track albums. (Drake's Scorpion had 25 tracks.)
Now that the dust has settled, does Drake deserve mockery for how he handled Push earlier this year? Or did Push go too far when he revealed hidden children and mocked debilitating illnesses?