Pusha T is asked if he's "ready" for a Drake beef. Pusha says he's "ready for anything and anybody."
While he waits for his album to drop, Pusha T says he's unafraid. His upcoming album, My Name is My Name, is on the way but Pusha is making it clear that he's ready for more feuds with emcees to battle on wax. In a recent interview with DJ Whoo Kid, Pusha explained that he's "ready for anything and anybody" and assured fans that he won't "shy away from anything," including Drake.
When asked specifically about Drake, Pusha responded without fear.
"At the end of the day, I'm ready for anything and anybody. This is music to me. It's something I'm good at. It's something I'm very good at," he explained. "I don't shy away from anything. I'm not into it like that. And I keep it tasteful. And I keep it Hip Hop. I keep it Rap. That's it. I ain't trippin'. I'm not even here to discredit what they've achieved or their skills. Drake is good."
He also took a shot at Consequence, rehashing a line he said earlier in the year.
"If a man bought your teeth, you can never speak ill of that man," he said, quoting his tweet about Consequence's recent disgruntled statements towards Kanye West. "Confucius said it and I agree with that one belief. I don't care what nobody say. Ain't nobody ever bought my teeth."
He also said a fellow G.O.O.D. Music artist, Common, is not scared of a battle on wax, either.
"Common don't care. Y'all don't even realize," he shared. "I ain't even gon' sit here and expose Common, man. That man crazy, man. That's my homeboy. Common's my man."