(AllHipHop News) Fuse caught up with Pusha T at Rock The Bells this past weekend and got him to discuss his tweet heard ’round the blogosphere. On the day Lil Wayne released his Dedication 5 mixtape with DJ Drama, his frequent rival sent out a general tweet seemingly denouncing the project:
I think it’s safe to say, you really lost it…
— PUSHA T (@PUSHA_T) September 1, 2013
In his interview with Fuse, Pusha denies the tweet being about Lil Wayne but coyly sent another shot at the Young Money general:
If I say a blanket statement like such what gives y’all the right to just pin it on a man? Unless you think the sh*t is horrible.
Pusha T reveals that the hold up for his debut album, My Name Is My Name is largely due to Kanye West’s creative decisions. The album was originally scheduled to be released on July 16th and has since been pushed back to October 8th. According to Pusha, Kanye took all the files for his album and even kicked the Virgina lyricist out the studio to finish it:
Working with ‘Ye, it usually works like I’ll rap to a skeleton, he takes that and builds aroudn all of that. So this is just the production process of the Kanye West thing. I thought I told you I got kicked out the studio. He took my drive from me and told me ‘go shoot a video or something’. I went to shoot “Numbers on The Board”. It’s not my fault.
While his debut album has suffered push backs and has not been released yet, Push says he’s already working on his sophomore album, King Push.
Check out the full interview below: