Over the summer, Drake and Pusha-T's beef was on and popping, with Pusha throwing a shot on the Daytona track "Infrared," Drizzy returning smoke on the "Duppy Freestyle" and the Clipse member dropping the end-game, "The Story of Adidon." Though Aubrey never answered back, he is clearly still steaming over the scathing diss. However, King Push still thinks it's a laughing matter.

On Friday (Oct. 12), Drake was a guest on the new HBO Sports series The Shop hosted by LeBron James and Maverick Carter. The OVO rapper opened up about his issues with Kanye West and Pusha T, being a father and more.

It is clear that Push's diss still hits a sour note. "People love to say...'there's no rules to the shit,' but there are fucking rules in this shit," Drake said of "Adidon." "I knew something was gonna come up about my kid. They had to add the deadbeat thing to make it more appealing, which is fine, I understand that. Even that I was like, OK. The mom and dad thing, whatever, you don't even know my family."

The bars about his producer 40 crossed the line, according to the 6 God. "I'ma tell you, wishing death on my friend that has MS," Drake said trying to compose himself. "I study rap battles for a living. Now when you mention defenseless people who are sick in the hospital that passed away, that really sent me to a place where, you know, I just believe then and believe now that there's a price you have to pay for that. It's just, it's over. Someone's gonna punch you in the fucking face."

Pusha has since responded to Drake's threats. Last night, the G.O.O.D. Music artist posted four crying laughing emojis under a clip of Drizzy talking about him possibly getting stole on. He clearly doesn't take Drake's taunts seriously.

Kanye has denied involvement in the Pusha and Drake beef, but Drake clearly thinks he is the one who exposed personal information to the "If You Know You Know" MC.

Drake isn't the only person with something to say about Pusha's diss. Steve Harvey recently responded to getting name-dropped on the track.

See Pusha-T's response to Drake's interview below.

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