I'll be damned if I let Yale campus vilify
As I uplift this art form ceiling high
I can't identify, with your one death
We lose thousands over here, you speakin' one breath
Pusha refuses to let the Yale students vilify him when he’s taking the game to another level, as Nas did.
But, Pusha believes the murder situation in urban environments is more worthy of attention than the murder, albeit tragic, of one person.
In this way, Pusha is thinking about the broader picture, as opposed to the Yale students' narrow lens.
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