This Might Explain Why Drake Hasn’t Responded to Pusha T’s Latest Diss

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There may be a reason why Drake hasn’t responded to Pusha T’s diss record “The Story of Adidon” yet, and it has to do with J. Prince, the person who discovered him.

Prince said that he had a conversation with the Canadian rapper and told him not to say anything back, because he’d be lowering himself if he did.

“I made an OG call to Drake this morning and told him I don’t want you to respond to this,” said Prince on DTLR Radio. “We gon’ put this to bed, because we can’t get in the pigpen with pigs. ‘Cause pigs turn into hogs, and then hogs get slaughtered. That’s not his character. We ain’t work this hard to cheat ourselves over nothing.”

At this point, it’s been a little over a week since Pusha T dropped his much talked about diss track and since, Drake has become what Meek Mill was in 2015.

As most probably recall, the OVO chief went toe-to-toe with Mill after the Philly rhymer accused him of using a ghostwriter. Afterwards, Drake released “Back to Back,” a half battle, half club song, that temporarily toppled Mill and made him the subject of various memes.

Plus, Mill was ridiculed for not quickly responding to “Back to Back,” and Drizzy is receiving the same kind of criticism.

“If you don’t respond to that mediocre ass diss all respect is lost,”  one of his followers wrote. “Dudes acting like he actually did something.”

“You let a lot of people down,” wrote another. “Take this L.”

Yet, there are still plenty of people who believe that Pusha went too far with his Drake diss since he brought up the Canadian rapper’s mother, insulted his father and poked fun at his producer having Multiple Sclerosis.

In fact, in a separate interview, J. Prince said he had a real problem with Pusha’s words and felt he crossed some major lines.

“If I had to explain how I feel about it, you know this guy is being disrespectful,” he told the hosts of D.C.’s 95.5. “My book is called ‘The Art and Science of Respect,’ so it’s hard for me not to say he’s not being disrespectful. Because the way I view it … it’s one thing for me and you to be in a situation, it’s another for you to take it out on my mama or my daddy. So I have a problem.”

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