Dennis Graham, a.k.a. Drake’s dad, has had enough of the media’s meddling with him and his son’s personal life in light of the now-truced King Push versus 6 God rivalry.
After dragging Wendy Williams across the small screen for her commentary, he’s now taking aim at the one and only celebrity sensational news tabloid, TMZ.
Mr. Graham didn’t appreciate TMZ’s messy coverage of his comments regarding Drizzy’s GOOD Music rap foe. Reporters from the site caught up with him recently to ask him about Pusha T, but Mr. Graham kept it short and sweet by responding that he knows nothing of this “Pusha T” they spoke about. But if he did, he would “push the T,” he concluded.
Afterward, TMZ published the video with a headline accusing him of shading the Virginia-bred emcee.
“Dennis Graham Goes Where Drake Won’t…Shades Pusha T!!!,” the headline reads.
It didn’t take long for the OVO patriarch to catch wind of their attempts to stir more trouble between the Young Money and GOOD Music rappers, and called them out for accordingly.
“TMZ you guys are going to have to stop trying to keep this silly beef going with Drake and Pusha T you guys asked me last night about it and I told you I don’t know anything about Pusha T,” he wrote on Instagram.
Mr. Graham said that his “push the t” remark had nothing to do with shade, and actually meant he’d be implementing a no-talking policy on the controversy moving forward. Leave it to TMZ to make a mountain out of that molehill though, he suggested.
“You guys are playing games with people’s lives for a story, and it’s not funny,” he concluded.
And as the fifth person to call for a doing away with the 2018’s most epic hip-hop beef to date, you heard the man, folks!
See why he probably won’t be doing anymore pop-up TMZ interviews for a while in the video below.
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