Pusha T's Missing Verse From Rick Ross' "Maybach Music VI" Hits The Internet

Apparently, King Push cleared his rhyme for the record.

(AllHipHop News) There was a lot of talk about Rick Ross possibly getting longtime foes Pusha T and Lil Wayne on the same song for his Port of Miami 2 album. However, Push is nowhere to be found on the official project.

Ross did tap Wayne to appear on "Maybach Music VI" along with John Legend. Pusha's alleged lyrics for the track have made their way to the internet. A section of his verse seems to address his infamous 2018 battle with Wayne's protégé Drake.

"True colors exposed. Crowns on these clowns, it’s like you colored they nose. We talking skill set or popularity polls? When you speak truth to power, your popularity grows," rapped Pusha T which may refer to his Drake-exposing diss track "The Story of Adidon."

According to Mike "Upscale Vandal" Camargo, Push was not the person who pulled his part from "Maybach Music VI." The fashion industry insider responded to a Twitter user that suggested the G.O.O.D. Music president refused to clear his verse for Port of Miami 2.

"See how easy lies spread when everyone wanna hide they hand smh i can confirm this is false because i was in the room when @PUSHA_T verse was cleared...can’t speak on that other side that tho, we all know the credibility there is shaky 🤷🏽‍♂️," tweeted Upscale Vandal.

He added, "This is incorrect, the verse was cleared even after Pusha was made aware of the other person in the record...🤷🏽‍♂️ sorry to burst that bubble... Now [the reason why Pusha T's verse didn’t make it to the album] is something i don’t have the answer to, you’d have to ask the owners and producers of that album 🤷🏽‍♂️."