OVO Sound boss Drake might have come “this” close to ending Kanye West‘s career. Rap-A-Lot Records CEO J Prince has spilled a little tea on just how much of a problem Drizzy’s Pusha-T would have been.

According to Prince, Drake’s unreleased record would have done way more harm than the G.O.O.D. Music heads could handle.

The Rap-A-Lot Records CEO tells us Drake was, in fact, ready to respond to Pusha’s “The Story of Adidon” before J Prince stepped in and told him to stand down. According to Prince, what Drake had “cocked and loaded” would’ve “ended” Kanye, and caused a lot of pain. He insists they’re not in the business of destroying families … which is why he told Drizzy to stand down. (TMZ)

A few days ago, Pusha-T updated fans on how he felt toward Drake.

“I’ve been doing this by myself for a very, very long time. I shoot the club up. That’s what I do. Like that’s what I do. I’m by myself in this. There is nobody else. There are no other people to me. I don’t care, they all look the same to me. [Kanye’s] not [involved.]” (“The Cruz Show”)

This past weekend, J Prince revealed he made a personal call to Drake and urged him not to respond to Pusha’s disses.

“I feel like for a man to attack a man mother, his father, a man that’s dying, I feel it’s disrespectful. If one leaves it on a level playing field, you get at me – let’s get it on. But to go [to that level]. Imagine we get into a fight and whoop your mama’s a**, hit your daddy in the jaw – I call it a pig pen mentality. I spoke with Drake. I made an OG call to Drake telling him, ‘I don’t want you to respond to this. We’re gonna put this to bed. We’re gonna put this to bed because we can’t get into the pig pen with pigs because the pigs turn into hogs and then hogs get slaughtered.’ That’s not his character. We ain’t work this hard to cheat ourselves over nothing. That’s the way that is.” (DJ Flow)

Last week, Pusha-T fans screamed “F- Drake” during a live concert performance.