PUSHA-T Talks Drake in New Interview: "That Information Came from 40"

"I just don’t know how you could chime in so much and not mention ‘two birds one stone’, Cudi’s mental health issue, mentioning my wife," the 'DAYTONA' rapper said on The Joe Budden Podcast.
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October 17, 2018, 2:07pm
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PUSHA T: Photo by Shareif Ziyadat/WireImage, Drake: Photo by Prince Williams/Wireimage

After Drake finally spoke on his rivalry with the Virginia rapper on The Shop, PUSHA-T fired back in an interview with The Joe Budden Podcast. PUSHA-T is bringing his "surgical summer" well into the fall. This is still so messy.

Last week, Drake alluded to Kanye West being who leaked the information about his son and his problems co-parenting after he played 'Ye "March 14" in Wyoming. According to PUSHA-T, the source for "The Story of Adidon" came a little closer than Drake could imagine.

The information came from 40. It didn’t come from Kanye, at all. 40 is sleeping with a woman, who begins to…he talks to her daily. Five, six hours a day…And ultimately speaks about how he’s disgruntled about certain things, notoriety and things involving Drake and his career, and so on and so forth. With that also came the fact that Drake has a child. With that also came the trip that everybody took to go see the child, and bring him gifts, and all this information. She divulged this information. That’s where it came from.

In his episode of The Shop, Drake also thought lines were crossed when PUSHA-T made mention of 40's health problems. In PUSHA's interview with Joe Budden, he clarifies how he feels about bringing the producer into the mix. "I didn’t wish death on nobody," PUSH affirmed. "Not that I care, let’s be clear. With that being the case, when I sit back and think about it, I don’t like how the narrative has changed. I don’t think it’s fair. It may make sense in Drake’s mind that ‘Ye told PUSH my son, and my situation…I was in Wyoming…that’s wrong, it didn’t happen like that. Never happened."

PUSH also went down memory lane to Drake's 2016 "Two Birds, One Stone" track where he took aim at Kid Cudi's battle with mental health. "I just don’t know how you could chime in so much and not mention ‘two birds one stone’, Cudi’s mental health issue, mentioning my wife," PUSH said. It's a fair point to bring up considering Drake is being very vocal about what's acceptable in rap beef.

It's hard to believe the two are still going back and forth after the spectacle they created this summer. It seems as if for every retort Drake has, PUSH is thinking lightyears ahead. If there's any validity to what PUSH is saying, how does that change Drake's stance on "rules" in rap beef? If someone in his own camp, someone as close to him as 40, is how this information got out we might be in for a whole different era of Drake.

Kristin Corry is a staff writer for Noisey. Follow her on Twitter.