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J Prince Says Pusha-T Engaged In ‘Pig Pen Mentality’ In Beef With Drake



J Prince thinks that rapper Pusha-T went too far when he dissed Drake as part of their ongoing word war.

On Twitter, DJ Flow revealed that the record producer and executive responded to the infamous "The Story of Adidon" diss that accused the chart-topper of fathering a child with a former porn star in secret.

J Prince Talks Pusha-T, Drake Beef

In a conversation with DTLR Radio on Saturday, June 2, the Rap-a-Lot Records CEO said that he called Drake and encourage the Canadian rapper to stand down and no longer respond. He said that by further responding to the diss, which he thinks went too far, is beyond the Grammy-winning artist.

"I feel like for a man to attack a man['s] mother, his father, a man [who is] dying... I think is disrespectful," he said in the audio interview. "I called it pig pen mentality. I spoke with Drake [and said] 'I don't want you to respond to this.'"

To recall, Pusha-T ignited a war between him and Drake last month by accusing the "Nice For What" rapper of employing a ghostwriter for his verses. The track, "Infrared," was included in his new album Daytona, which was produced by Kanye West.

A day later, Drake shot back with his own track "Duppy Freestyle." The 31-year-old dissed Pusha-T and his drug-dealing past, as well as West who sought the Toronto-born lyricist's help while writing previous tracks.

The beef turned serious when Pusha-T released "The Story of Adidon," which used a photo of Drake in blackface makeup as its cover art and talked about personal issues that involved the popular MC.

TMZ, however, reports that Drake has already recorded a response to "The Story of Adidon" way before he received a call from J Prince. Fans have yet to wait and see whether it will be released or not.

Fans Chant F*** Drake During Pusha-T Concert

Fans of both camps seem to be enjoying the drama between Pusha-T and Drake. During a live performance at the 2018 Governors Ball in New York City this weekend, the audience yelled "F*** Drake" while King Push took the stage at the music festival.

While he was not originally part of the June 2 lineup on Saturday, the 41-year-old replaced Brockhampton who pulled out of the show.

In the video from the music festival, Pusha-T stands onstage, mic in hand, as he further encourages the crowd who denounces the "God's Plan" rapper.

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