Pusha T Blames His Drake-Bashing Stage Visuals on 'Corny' Tech Crew: 'I Speak For Myself'

Tim Mosenfelder/Getty Images.
Pusha T performs during the 2018 Treasure Island Music festival at Middle Harbor Shoreline Park on October 13, 2018 in Oakland, California.

The ongoing feud between Drake and Pusha T reached a fever pitch in May and died down over the course of the summer, but a festival set proved that it's still on someone's mind -- even though that someone is neither rapper.

At Tyler, The Creator's Camp Flog Naw in Los Angeles on Saturday night (Nov. 10), Pusha T's stage was lit up by a message that doesn't leave a whole lot of room for interpretation: "F--K DRAKE."

After his set, Push didn't mince words when he told his Twitter followers that he had nothing to do with the visuals, and that a "corny" member of the production crew took it upon themselves to project that in the background.

"I speak for myself and all of you know how I make my statements!!" he wrote. "Dissing anybody on screen isn’t part of my show."

Camp Flog Naw wraps Sunday (Nov. 11) at Dodger Stadium, and will close out the weekend with sets from Flatbush Zombies, Kids See Ghosts, Ms. Lauryn Hill and more.


The Biz premium subscriber content has moved to Billboard.com/business.

To simplify subscriber access, we have temporarily disabled the password requirement.