Pusha T Speaks On Birdman's Controversial Business Dealings
Pusha T is here to let us all know that he doesn't agree with the way Birdman handles business.
In an recent interview with Mikey T The Movie Star, Pusha T held no punches in the way he felt toward Birdman in the midst of the Cash Money dispute regarding rapper, Lil’ Wayne.
“If you steal something then that’s just corny. If you steal something and you stealing it contractually, that’s like the lowest form of a thief,” King Push said. “Like a cat burglar. It’s not even respectable in no way, shape, or form. You ain’t even thuggin’ it…I ain’t respected Baby for a long time no way, so it don’t matter.”
The G.O.O.D. Music president later switched gears to discuss his up and coming album, Darkest Before Dawn – The Prelude. “On this project I’d have to say I been working with Sean Combs, Timbaland, Kanye, of course,” he revealed. “I got production from J. Cole. Production from Baauer, Hudson Mohawke, Boi-1da. The-Dream is always close by…I got a record up there called ‘Crutches, Crosses, Caskets.’ And it’s like - It’s just one of the hardest records. Hardest, but not even overtly hard. It’s a conversation. And it’s just eerie. And it’s just true. It’s just about all I see is victims.”
The highly-anticipated project will be released on Dec. 18.