Pusha T probably laughed when he pulled the trigger.
In the wake of the collaboration of Lil Wayne, Rick Ross, and Pusha T who were destined “Maybach Music VI, King Push finally found the words left on the cutting room floor. It didn’t take long for the poem to appear, and many soon realized that Pusha was firing at all cylinders. Some people even believe that Push took several shots at his favorite enemy, but his poem failed to make the album Joe Budden, who had been a detective, needed to get an answer.Time, he went straight to the source.
“Soup, buddy!” greeting Pusha, a warm welcome to her friend Joe. After exchanging friendly greetings and a few laughs, Pusha set the scene. “I feel good, I’m actually at my wife’s birthday party now, and I’m coming out because I see you calling me.” Joe Budden does not seem to believe in the whole exchange. “For this to be a murderer like him, he always does bullshit with his wife like Chance!”
Back in business, Budden asked why Pusha had to work hard during his now famous poem “Maybach Music VI”, which finally appeared after Port of Miami 2 was released. “Why are you doing this for features?” Joe asked. “Listen, man,” Pusha answered. “That’s what we’re there for men. We’re here to rap, man. That’s what I’m here for.” For whatever reason, Joe feels as though King Push committed a painful sin. “We already know that you can rap,” he replied, the conversation was basically proof of Pusha’s lyrical prowess.
“We all have to do our best,” Push continued. “I must do my best, the next person must do my best. Come on. There is a path for everyone.” Budden offers an interesting theory. “When you do your best, you are not allowed to be on an album anymore,” he said. Pusha considered for a moment. “That’s part of the game,” he concluded. “At this stage in my career … hey … hey! HEY !!!” Read what you want.