Pusha "could barely walk 5 feet" without getting a compliment, according to a TMZ report.
Pusha T won him some serious praise at Kanye West's Wyoming listening party, according to a report from TMZ. The GOOD Music president's new song, "The Story Of Adidon," a scathing diss track aimed at Drake, reportedly earned Pusha props from fellow rappers, fans, and other celebrities at the event, to the point that he "could barely walk 5 feet" without someone congratulating him on the record.
It has not been specified who exactly gave Pusha his props, but we do know some of the people who attended the event. The GOOD Music team of past and present was present (Kid Cudi, Big Sean, Teyana Taylor, Desiigner, 070 Shake), as was Kim Kardashian, Nas, Fabolous, Tim Westwood, Jonah Hill, and Chris Rock, who provided an introduction to the listening session. Pusha can be seen being interviewed by DJ Semtex in a photo posted by TMZ.
The listening party was the debut of Kanye's 8th studio album Ye, which hit streaming services this morning.
As for the Pusha T and Drake situation, if you follow the headlines at all, you already know the story fairly well. The two rappers have been exchanging diss tracks over the days following Pusha's "Infrared" from his new album DAYTONA, which resurfaced ghostwriting allegations against Drake. Drake responded with "Duppy Freestyle," which was followed by Pusha's "The Story Of Adidon." Drake has yet to address Pusha's claims that he has been "hiding" a son allegedly born to Sophie Brussaux. However, he did release a written statement explaining the blackface photo that surfaced alongside Pusha's diss track. Drake claims the photo shoot was meant to call attention to racism in the entertainment industry. Pusha was not satisfied with his response, suggesting Drake is "silent on all black issues."