"Now that we got that off..."
Pusha T's beef with Drake may be over, but he continues to hear venomous words towards the Toronto rapper from fans across his Daytona tour dates. At his show in Chicago Wednesday night, fans began a "fuck Drake" chant, something that also took place at the Governor's Ball as well as the rapper's show in Montreal this summer.
A clip from the performance shows Pusha overlooking the crowd as they repeat the phrase, nodding his head before shaking it and raising his hand to stop them. "Now that we got that off," he said to cheers. "I got this album called Daytona. Rap album of the motherfuckin' year. Don't give a fuck who dropped, who dropping."
It's on that album that Pusha T's beef with Drake was reignited earlier this year. The closing track, "Infrared," took some shots at the OVO rapper, who responded with "Duppy Freestyle" the same day of the album release. Later on, Push shared "The Story Of Adidon," a ruthless diss track that accused Drake of being a deadbeat dad. From there, J Prince intervened and advised Drake against releasing what he referred to as a "career-ending" response, so instead, the hatchet was buried outside of a bar or two on Drizzy's album Scorpion and a freestyle that seemed aimed at Push's GOOD Music collaborator, Kanye West.
Watch the clip from Pusha T's show above.