The feud between Drake and Pusha T died down for a minute, but things seem to be heating up again.
Things flared up anew when Drake did an interview on LeBron James' The Shop, to express his anger in the form of threats directed at Pusha for taking shots at his producer, Noah "40" Shebib on his diss record "The Story Of Adidon."
Pusha followed with an interview on The Joe Budden Podcast and claimed Drake had a $100,000 bounty out and was still seeking damning information to use against the Virginian veteran.
According to Push, the info he used against Drake on "Adidon" came from pillow talk between 40 and a woman, info which made its way to Pusha T.
J. Prince, who ordered Drake to stand down after the scathing "Adidon" record, has weighed in on the new, indirect back-and-forth between the two rappers.
The Rap-A-Lot founder said Pusha was doing press to do damage control.
"I can clearly see right now the act of damage control is being displayed by Pusha T because of the interview Drake laid out there," J Prince said. "I don't consider this a beef anymore. Pusha, he's like an ant to us, like an ant that crawls around. We can smash him anytime we choose to if that's something we wanted to do. But that's not the case...I became involved to put this to rest and as far as I'm concerned, it's dead."