J. Prince: Drake Is Happy He Didn't Respond To Pusha T's "The Story Of Adidon"

Hip Hop fans probably shouldn't expect anymore disses from Champagne Papi.

(AllHipHop News) The verbal jabbing between Drake and Pusha T seemed to be over after Rap-A-Lot Records CEO J. Prince revealed he told Drizzy to stand down following Push's scathing "The Story Of Adidon" diss track. However, some Drake devotees are still expecting the Toronto rapper to fire back at his rival on the upcoming Scorpion album.

Prince was a recent guest on MTV's TRL with Sway Calloway. The topic of Drake not replying to Pusha T came up during the conversation, and The Art & Science of Respect author's response implies comeback bars from Champagne Papi are not coming.

"[Drake's] definitely happy. We know that was the right decision, because it was a decision where they crossed a line where music was concerned, and we don't have no regrets about living in peace," said Prince when asked if his apprentice was content with no longer engaging in the battle.

He continued, "Drake is wise enough and sharp enough to know who he is. He knows his ability. He knows what he could do. He's willing to live with the decision he made on not getting in the pigpen."

Scorpion is scheduled for release on June 29. Drake uploaded a trailer for the project to his Instagram page.

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MattBane
MattBane

WEAK AS PISS!! Love how Drake crossed the line, by bringing Pusha's girl into the mix & then couldn't handle the repercussions... Aye if he's happy being THAT weak, ya gotta let a weak cunt be.

CasorGreener
CasorGreener

No coming back from dressing in black face

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