The rap feud between Drake and Pusha T has gone on long enough, and has been declared officially over — by Kanye West, that is.
West — who produced Pusha T’s new album, “Daytona” — took to Twitter on Friday night to say the feud is “dead,” presumably in hopes of stopping the ever-escalating battle between his protege and Drake that’s turned ugly in recent days.
As Yeezy tweeted, “lines were crossed and it’s not good for anyone,” and although he didn’t name names it’s easy to connect the dots between his tweet and the nasty war that erupted between Pusha T and Drake.
Added West, “so this is dead now.”
The whole thing started when Pusha T released a song called “Infrared”, which called out Drake for allegedly using a ghostwriter to craft his songs.
Drake responded by sending Pusha T an invoice for reviving his career and released a response track, “Duppy Freestyle”, that took shots at Pusha T and West.
Pusha T fired back by releasing another Drake-dissing track, “The Story of Adidon”, featuring featured album art of Drake in blackface (which Drizzy explained) and blasting Drake for being a deadbeat dad to his alleged secret son with porn star Sophie Brussaux.
It remains to be seen whether Drake and Pusha T accept Judge Kanye’s ruling.