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Pusha T Says He’s Been Banned From Canada After Drake Beef: “I Don’t Care”



Pusha T Says He’s Been Banned From Canada After Drake Beef

N.O.R.E. Suggests Drake Pulled The Trigger

Pusha T recently appeared on ‘Drink Champs,’ with hosts N.O.R.E. and DJ EFN. During his interview, he reveals that he’s been banned from Canada, ever since his brawl back in 2018.

While Pusha couldn’t say much, N.O.R.E. jumps in and suggests Drake is the man that made the call to get Pusha banned from Drake’s native country.

During his ‘Drink Champs‘ interview, Pusha reveals that he’s been banned from Canada ever since the big brawl in Toronto. He addresses the beef with Drake and claims there is none because he’s over the whole drama.

Pusha said, “I’m banned from Canada. I don’t care. There is no ‘too far!’ I don’t play like that—that’s why you don’t play with me… Leave me alone! Leave me be because there is no too far!” He continued to explain that he didn’t get turned down at customs or apply for a visa and get denied.

He said, “I didn’t do nothing. I went to my show. It was rowdy .. people at my show.” N.O.R.E asked if he got to perform the diss tracks, and Pusha replied, “No. I didn’t even get to. It got rowdy and I got on my way.”

N.O.R.E. then suggested Drake himself made the call to get Pusha exiled from Canada. He said, “That’s playing a different game [when] you get a n***a banned from the country. That’s a little different on your pettiness. That’s a little different. But, I ain’t gonna lie. If I could do it, I would do it too, though. ‘Ban that n***a!’”

N.O.R.E then said he’s hopeful for the two rappers to squash their beef and asked if he’d ever do it. Pusha replied, “What do you mean? There’s nothing for me to squash. I’ve done it all, I’m done. I’m finished. I’m cool. Ain’t nothing for me to do.”

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