Despite G.O.O.D. Music emcee Pusha T’s past feud with Drake, the Virginia rapper had no ill feelings when it concerned Kanye West’s appearance at the fourth annual OVO Fest earlier this week. Held every year in Toronto, Canada, OVO Fest was founded by Drake and included appearances from Lil Wayne, Diddy, TLC, French Montana, and more this year.
While speaking with Revolt TV, any sign of Pusha T’s past gripe with the Young Money rapper seemed absent as he commented on Kanye and Drake appearing on stage together being “good for music” and even suggested that the pair go on to make “great music together.”
“That should be good for them. I mean, you know, Ye seemed happy. Drake, he spoke well about it. I mean, it’s all good. Hopefully, it’s good for music. Maybe they’ll do some great music together,” Pusha T revealed.
The feud between Pusha T and Drake began in late 2011 when Pusha released "Don't Fuck With Me (Dreams Money Can Buy)," a record that was said to have featured subliminal jabs aimed at the Canadian singer/rapper.
The beef between the pair continued to snowball with the release of a handful of diss records. Young Money helmsman Lil Wayne also jumped into the feud briefly with the release of the Pusha T-centered “Goulish.”
Most recently, Pusha T gave props to Drake, but also stated that he wasn’t a fan of Lil Wayne’s new music during a January interview.
Video of Pusha T’s interview with Revolt TV can be found below (via 2DopeBoyz).