Pusha T says he played no part in the decision to mount "F*ck Drake" imagery on a giant screen as he performed at Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival on Saturday. Pusha T continues with his set in spite of the unnecessary saber rattling, later taking to Twitter to admonish the tech guy at fault for uploading the hypermedia text.

Oddly enough2018 was a banner year for Pusha T and Drake for very different reasons. '18 was the year Push came out of the wilderness as a rapper. On the other hand, Drake pocketed his fair share of $, breaking records in the process, but it didn't come easy. The fortress he'd built to protect his closest of kin from the media scrutiny began to tumble, mostly due to a scathing diss from his newest-oldest foe, Pusha T.

But Pusha T insists, the beef has stagnated: he never meant for the "F*ck Drake* infographic to go up last night. Before thanking Tyler, the Creator for the invite, Push posted the following message to his fans, urging them to de-escalate at once: " speak for myself and all of you know how I make my statements!! Dissing anybody on screen isn’t part of my show."