G.O.O.D. Music’s Pusha T has stepped forward to call out a shady person after performing in Florida and learning some fans were being scammed to alleged meet him.
The Virginia native let loose on his issues and apologized to his supporters Saturday (December 14).
“I love my family (not fans) too much to ever charge them 75-100 dollars for a meet and greet… Nothing but love for Orlando.,” Pusha tweeted December 14.
“I don’t charge family to meet me…u buy my albums, u come to my shows…you’ve done enough. I’ve never been that petty to charge to meet u.”
“Please don’t fall for the scam…”
“I’ve been broke, I’ve robbed, even kicked in houses…I never wanna see that side again, trust me, I’d never rob a fan for 100 dollar money.”
“Goodnight Orlando…see u tomorrow Tampa. #ItsAllLove” (Pusha T’s Twitter)
According to reports, the incident went down Friday (December 13) night in Orlando.
King Push blessed Orlando last night with a show at Firestone Live, where apparently a shady figure was charging fans $75-$100 for a meet and greet with Pusha. And he wasn’t very happy with that. Push’s excellent solo debut My Name Is My Name dropped October 8 to positive reviews. (XXL Mag)
Recently, Pusha spoke on his G.O.O.D. Music team and why a Clipse reunion would likely not go down in the immediate future.
“Yeah, I’m not running with my brother right now. I would much rather be in a group now. I know my brother is in a very spiritual place. His belief is strong and he love where he is, but I’m his younger brother and I am selfish. I don’t know if I want my brother to not be with me right now. When you ask me if I’m angry or where does this edge come from, I have a lotta thoughts in my mind when I’m rhyming or when I hit the stage or when I’m talking about music. Music is not all happy to me. It hasn’t been the greatest in every aspect. I could easily sit here and be like, “I take care of my family and I drive Benz’s and do what I wanna do.” But we’d been doing things like that and I don’t need music to do that. It’s a little more personal with me. I think that personal side comes out as anger in my music.” (Murder Dog)
Days prior, Pusha said there were no amount of pitches or suggestions he could make to convince No Malice to get back into Clipse mode.
“Man, I would really love to,” Pusha said when asked about a reunion project. “My brother is really on his mission right now. Listen, listen to how real this is. Listen to how real it is though. We had the 10th anniversary of Lord Willin’. 30 dates, needless to say, high dollar. High dollar, already done. Two weeks before it was time to go, my brother was like, ‘Nah, I don’t want to do it. I’m off that, I’m on my mission right now.’ You know, it’s about [his album] Hear Ye Him, it’s abotu where he is spiritually and he was like, ‘Nah, I’m not going to do it. Just go ahead.’ I asked him, now I had to do Coachella, 70,000, right? I’m like, ‘Yo, I’d love to bring you out.’ And he was like, all right, what song do you want to do?’ You know me, I want to do, ‘Keys Open Doors’ — he’s like, ‘Nah, I don’t really, I’m not really feeling that.'” (BBC Radio 1)
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