Drake Fires Back at Pusha T on "Duppy Freestyle"

Pusha-T Reveals 'Daytona' Tracklisting - Rap-Up

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The rapper has just paid $85,000 (R 1060 919, 00) of his own money for a picture of the late Whitney Houston's drug-filled bathroom, which featured on the cover of the National Enquirer in 2006.

During an interview with Angie Martinez (via outcome of Sound) on Wednesday night, Pusha T revealed West scrapped the artwork for Pusha's forthcoming album, "Daytona", and replaced it with a grim image of what he claims is the late singer's bathroom.

Daytona is a really really good album, and despite all his recent Trump-loving, there's no denying that these are some of Kanye's gnarliest beats for ages. The art choice was a last-minute decision.

The news came out during a radio interview that Pusha T did with NY radio personality Angie Martinez.

In the invoice, which Drake posted on Instagram on Friday (May 25), the rapper name-drops G.O.O.D Music and Def Jam, as well as Pusha T's longtime manager Steven Victor.

"[She was] frantic. She sent me this picture from the album cover and I immediately got sick to my stomach because it took me right back to six years ago", Elliot said about finding out about the cover. (Originally), the artwork - it was pictures that we all agreed on. "Don't push me when I'm in album-mode / You're not even Top 5 talent, as far as your label goes, " he tells Push'. And I like this other artwork.

Pusha explained, 'Now this other artwork is 85 grand. "Will MAGA hats let me slide like a drive-through?"

Houston died of accidental drowning in a hotel bathtub in February 2012.

Pusha T performs onstage during the Meadows Music and Arts Festival at Citi Field on September 16, 2017 in New York City. The Canadian rapper was also spotted in Wyoming in March, where he was said to be helping West write for his upcoming album, which is set for a June 1 release. "We've spent a year and a half digging for samples and writing", he tweeted of the record. "I really appreciate the overwhelmingly positive response that we've been receiving".

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