When Kanye West and Drake buried the hatchet last November, many rap fans couldn’t help but wonder how Pusha T felt about seeing one of his closest collaborators make amends with his biggest rival.

During a recent interview with Shade45’s Gray Rizzy on his It’s Almost Dry press run, King Push shared his thoughts on Ye and Drake’s reconciliation, which culminated in the rap titans teaming up for the Free Larry Hoover Benefit Concert in Los Angeles in December.

“I thought that was really good for them!” he said at the 3:20 mark. “I thought that was good for them. I think they have this thing where, like, they sorta need to co-exist. Those two need to co-exist in their world and play within where they at.”

However, Pusha T’s optimism quickly soured when he was asked about the possibility of him jumping on a song with both Kanye and Drake.

“Nah!” he replied with zero hesitation. “No, I’m cool on all of that. I know the song I wanna make, I know the people I wanna work with, and it ain’t that. I want Ye to produce it, but other than that, I definitely don’t wanna do a record.”

Pusha T and Drake’s long-simmering feud famously erupted in the summer of 2018, sparked by the Clipse MC taunting the 6 God over his alleged use of a ghostwriter on his DAYTONA track “Infrared.”

Drake returned fire on “Duppy Freestyle,” before Push responded with the scathing “The Story of Adidon,” not only digging up an old photo of Drizzy wearing minstrel-esque makeup, but outing his “secret” child, Adonis, with former adult actress Sophie Brussaux.

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The feud cooled off until this month, when a (presumably old) Jack Harlow and Drake song leaked online, containing a fresh round of shots from the OVO boss.

“All I hear is plug talk comin’ from middleman/All I hear is tall tales comin’ from little men,” Drake raps, before adding, “If I see ya’, I spit in ya’ faces, ha-tu/Daytonas with the green faces.”

When asked about the song during a recent visit to The Breakfast Club, Pusha T dismissed Drake’s lyrics while saying he’s not interested in neither reigniting the feud nor seeking a peace treaty.

“I even heard that and it sounds old to me,” he said. “Like, the flows sound old. Even what is considered, like, the shots, it’s like, bro, after what I’ve done, like ‘the middleman’ talk and all that type of talk, that’s not scathing for me. I’m here to burn down everything.”