Pusha T, Younger Thug beef over Drake diss on Pop Smoke’s posthumous album


The Pusha T and Drake beef goes on — and this time it contains Younger Thug, Gunna and late rapper Pop Smoke.

The track on the middle of the social-media squabble is “Paranoia,” a monitor that was left off Pop Smoke’s posthumous debut studio album, “Shoot for the Stars Intention for the Moon,” which was launched Friday. However the monitor was leaked over the weekend, and it introduced again some long-running unhealthy blood.

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On “Paranoia,” that includes Younger Thug, Gunna and Pusha, the latter appears to make use of his verse to stoke his feud with Drake, 33, in references to the “Toosie Slide” rapper’s Toronto hometown and accent-shifting supply.

“ actuality bites, it’s chess, not checkers/These empty threats solely sound good in your information,” raps Pusha, 43. “If the patois will not be adopted by a blocka/It’s like ‘Marked for Dying,’ Screwface with out the choppa/Let ’em rush the stage while you made like Sinatra/Solely to cover the blade flyin’ again by LaGuardia/I would even purchase a house out in Mississauga.”

And Mississauga simply so occurs to be an Ontario metropolis close to Toronto.

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Younger Thug, 28, jumped in it, saying on his Instagram Tales that he would have by no means agreed to try this track if he knew concerning the Drake diss on Pusha’s verse. “I don’t respect the pusha t verse on the track with me and Gunna trigger I don’t have nun to do with y’all beef nor does Gunna, and if I knew that was about him I’d’ve made adjustments on our behalf,” Thugger wrote.

Gunna, 27, reposted Younger Thug’s Story, making it clear precisely the place he stood in all this.

Then Pusha responded to Younger Thug on his IG Tales: “you have been the final verse added to the track and that’s ONLY as a result of I requested YOU!!” And for good measure, he added: “I WOULD NEVER look or want YOUR respect for what’s it I carry to this rap sport!!”

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Pusha additionally appears to indicate that the offending verse is the rationale “Paranoia” was left off the album, though he hints that the monitor was purported to be included on a deluxe model.

After all, the eye ought to actually all be on Pop Smoke, a Brooklyn-born rapper who was killed at just 20 throughout a house invasion in Los Angeles in February — a tragedy that makes the entire Pusha-Drake beef, which last ignited in 2018, appear fairly foolish.

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