Pusha T Fans Lead “F**k Drake” Chant At Chicago Concert
Pusha T paid a visit to Chicago on his ongoing Daytona Tour on Aug. 8, and things got pretty rowdy. During his set, fans reportedly started a “F**k Drake” chant, and Pusha’s response? Well, he seemed to be enjoying it.
In videos taken during the concert, fans can be overheard screaming the chant. The G.O.O.D. Music artist is also seen nodding along. “Now that we got that off,” he said in between chants, “I got this album called Daytona.” “Rap album of the motherf**king year,” he added before delivering renditions of singles from his latest project.
The “F**k Drake” chant obviously stems from the artists’ previous beef this year. It all started when Pusha T criticized Drake and Lil Wayne on his single “Infrared.” Drake then fired back with “Duppy Freestyle,” which took jabs at his opponent’s “drug raps” and reputation.
Pusha later delivered “The Story of Adidon,” which revealed that Drake was the father of a son with Sophie Brussaux. The diss track arguably forced Drake to alter multiple songs on his latest album, Scorpion.
Since the initial beef, both artists have suggested the war was over, but considering the recent chant, Pusha may have needed to get a couple more things out of his system.