G.O.O.D. Music president Pusha T isn’t losing any sleep over recent shots fired his way from rap rival Drake. The hip-hop veteran has downplayed Drizzy’s hard-hitting “Two Birds, One Stone” disses.

In a new Complex cover feature, King Push laughed off the idea of Drake intentionally blasting him.

“I heard something,” he says, simultaneously playful and dismissive, when I ask him again about “Two Birds, One Stone” and the Internet chatter that Drake’s lines were directed at Pusha, questioning the street bona fides of his past. “I would never, ever attribute that [song] to myself. My past is cemented. My past happened. Like slavery happened. The Holocaust happened. You can’t ever question anything that has actually happened.” (Complex)

Back in October, Drake defended going at King Push with the must-hear anthem.


On Drake’s “Two Birds, One Stone” song, he goes directly at his rap rival.


Within the same track, Drizzy wastes no bars or time and disses hip-hop rival Kid Cudi.