After Drake issued a statement explaining the blackface photo Pusha T used for “The Story Of Adidon” single art, the G.O.O.D. Music president addressed the issue during Thursday’s (May 31) episode of Big Boy’s Neighborhood on Real 92.3.
According to Pitchfork, Pusha said, “You are silent on all black issues, Drake. You don’t stand for nothing, you don’t say nothing about nothing. You have all the platform in the world. You were so passionate back then? No you weren’t. That’s number one. That’s what I know.”
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In Drake’s statement, which he posted to his Instagram Story on Wednesday night (May 30), he said the photoshoot was taken during a time in his life when he was pursuing acting.
“This picture is from 2007, a time in my life when I was an actor and I was working on a project that was about young black actors struggling to get roles, being stereotyped and type cast,” he wrote. “The photos represented how African Americans were once wrongfully portrayed in entertainment.”
Pusha says he’s ready for whatever else Drake has to throw at him but he isn’t expecting a response from him.
#PushaT says he isn’t expecting a response from #Drake but he isn’t worried because he has nothing to hide and more layers to peel back.
Elsewhere in the interview, Pusha talks Drake’s father Dennis Graham, the alleged “secret son” and why he trusted Kanye West’s vision for the controversial DAYTONA cover art.
Check out some of the highlights below.
#PushaT speaks on #Drake’s alleged child #Adidon and says he’s real
#PushaT says it is clown-like how #Drake parades his dad around in suits and explains how he came across the #blackface photos used in #TheStoryOfAdidon cover
#PushaT on why he trusted #Kanye’s judgment with using #WhitneyHouston’s bathroom on #DAYTONA album cover. Tune in LIVE on @real923la now