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Diddy Compares Drake & Pusha T Feud To Tupac & Biggie On The Breakfast Club




Diddy says Drake took an L by not responding to "The Story of Adidon."
Brought up in most hip-hop conversations for the last few weeks has been the beef between Drake and Pusha T. Many have already commented on the situation between both influential rappers and while some believe that their bout was full of passion, bringing back memories of a time when disputes were always settled on record, others, like J Prince, think Drake is making the right decision in standing back. Calling into the Breakfast Club this morning, Diddy was the latest to speak his mind on the matter and, much like many of us, he feels that the levels Drizzy and Push reached are reminiscent of when Pac and Biggie were going at each other.
Involved in his fair share of rap beef over the years, Diddy was closely following Pusha T and Drake's back-and-forth like the rest of us. Puff noted that Pusha is likely the most skilled emcee that Drake has gone up against in the past before agreeing with J Prince's reasoning to shut down the beef. However, when it comes to the battle itself, Diddy awarded the W to Push, simply because Drake did not respond. He went on to compare the situation to Tupac and Biggie's classic battles, citing Pac's "Hit 'Em Up" diss and the level that they would stoop to in order to damage the other.

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