For the past week, fans have been waiting at the edge of their seats for Drake to issue his response to Pusha T, following the fiery "The Story of Adidon" diss track Pusha unleashed last week. Rap-A-Lot CEO J. Prince opened up about the beef on Monday (June 4) during a visit to Sway In The Morning and revealed that Drizzy reportedly had a career-ending diss record ready for Pusha.
Prince, a longtime mentor to Drake, asked Drizzy not to release his Pusha T response because the music mogul felt like the feud was heading down a dark path and believed that Drake's diss record could potentially end Pusha's career.
"I definitely feel like it crossed the line where music was concerned; the disrespect for his mother, the disrespect for his father, for 40 -- a man that's dying -- I know these people so I felt like that was totally disrespectful," Prince told Sway. "After even speaking with Kanye because I spoke with the brother and he didn't want this and I saw this going to a place that I feel would've ended his career if Drake would've put out the song that he had on him."