Rick Ross said that he got Pusha T and Lil Wayne on the song "Maybach Music VI," off his new Port of Miami 2 album.
But when the album dropped last night there was no Pusha verse to be found. Some thought the Virginia Beach rapper had the song pulled because he was still sore at Wayne. Upscale Vandal works closely with Pusha said that wasn't the case.
This is incorrect, the verse was cleared even after Pusha was made aware of the other person in the record...🤷🏽♂️ sorry to burst that bubble https://t.co/fLn0K5OIVj— Upscale Vandal (@Upscale_Vandal) August 9, 2019
But Upscale admitted that he had no idea why the verse was removed.
Now that is something i don’t have the answer to, you’d have to ask the owners and producers of that album 🤷🏽♂️ https://t.co/uFZ0DOAjTY— Upscale Vandal (@Upscale_Vandal) August 9, 2019
Some of Pusha bars have leaked, which seems to be a reference to his beef with Drake, who's also on Port Of Miami 2.
"What a hell of a year, true colors exposed/Crowns on these clowns, it’s like you colored they nose."
You can listen to the version of "Maybach Music VI" without Pusha below:
Update: Rick Ross explains why he nixed Push's verse.