During an over 2-hour interview with “Rap Radar,” Drake commented on his two ongoing feuds with Kanye West and Pusha T. Drizzy made it clear that he and Pusha won’t be on good terms any time soon.
“I have no desire to mend anything with that person,” Drake said of Pusha. “That situation just went where it went and there is no turning back, it’s not like those other situations that you mention.”
The feud peaked when Pusha dropped “The Story of Adidon,” the song that revealed Drake’s son, Adonis, to the world.
“I bowed out after realizing that the gap between us allowed him to drop a bomb on the world,” he explained. “I sleep well at night knowing I didn’t get out-barred. I didn’t get, you know, doned off by some crazy song. It was just, you know, he told the world that the biggest artist at the time has a kid that he hasn’t told you about. I knew kind of, for me, it was over at that point. It wasn’t even about battle rap.”
As for Kanye, Drake pointed out the rapper’s recruitment of Pusha T—and his reuniting of Clipse. Drake said that while ‘Ye is still one of his “favorite [artists] all around,” it’s no longer just a matter of fandom.
“I’m not just some kid that’s a fan anymore,” he said. “Now we have personal situations, and like I said, a lot of his issues with me, I can’t fix them for him.”
When asked if he’d be open to speaking with Kanye about reconciliation, he replied, “No, not really, because it’s not on my end.”
“I had no problem with any of these guys,” he continued. “I don’t even know these guys like that.”
Back in October, Kanye also addressed his feud with Drake during his Zane Lowe interview. He discussed living down the street from the mega-rapper despite not speaking for six months.
“Drake literally lives four blocks down the street from me. That shows God has a sense of humor cause we had a rivalry,” he said. “You cannot be in service to God and be mad at your brother. I go to Drake’s house, walk over there with no security, ‘Here’s my phone number.’ I’m not trying to ring [the] doorbell. He might be busy.”
“Me and Drake had the disagreement and he refused to talk to me for six months,” ‘Ye continued. “That was so painful because expressing yourself is a form of therapy for people with mental health.”
Watch Drake’s “Rap Radar” interview below.