YOUNG THUG SAYS HE DOES NOT ‘RESPECT’ PUSHA T’S DISS TO DRAKE IN UNRELEASED TRACK
Written by Randy C on July 7, 2020
Young Thug has made it clear that he is not up for the shenanigans. An unreleased track recently surfaced that featured Young Thug, Gunna, and Pusha T. The unreleased song entitled, “Paranoia” was allegedly for Pop Smoke’s posthumous album, Shoot For The Stars, Aim For The Moon. The song did not make the album, but Pusha T on his feature and decided to take shots at Drake in an attempt to continue or reignite beef.
Pusha is referring to Drake’s constant use of Patio, while also later in the verse mentioning Mississauga, the neighboring city of Toronto. In addition, the Virginia rapper was rushed off stage by Toronto fans during his Daytona Tour in 2018.
Thugger took to his Instagram story to address to the situation following the leak.
“I don’t respect the push t verse on the song with me and gunna cause I don’t have nun to do with y’all beef nor does Gunna,” exclaimed the YSL CEO. “This rapper s**t so gay,” Thugger ended.
Drake and Pusha T had a well-documented beef in Summer 2018 prior to the release of Drake’s 5th studio album, Scorpion. The beef was ignited by Pusha T’s Infrared verse, which Kanye West-produced, followed by Drake’s “Duppy Freestyle.” Lastly, Pusha T’s “The Story of Adidon” made the shocking reveal of Drake’s son to the world. At this point, the beef is 2 years old. Not to mention, it’s tasteless and useless to diss someone on a posthumous album.