Pusha comes both hard and smart from the opening line. Many agree a good steak is cooked medium rare to rare. Well done steak is generally considered to be poor in taste and quality. Pusha implies then that beef should be rare or not easily started. Because when it does happen, it has dire consequences, especially if you’re dealing with people like Pusha and his crew.
This line could easily be interpreted as a further shot at Drake.
According to Pusha, Drake defines beef as hiding behind other artists, who aren’t actually known for being as tough or gun-toting as they may claim.
Like when Drake dissed Common (as pictured above) on “Stay Schemin',” it’s easy to say he hid behind Rick Ross. Even though Ricky claims to be a hardened street boss, we all know he was an officer at one point.
Also, it could be interpreted that Drake hides behind his YMCMB team. Lil Wayne has never shot and harmed anyone (except himself), and the rest of the team has nobody willing to “pull triggers.”
Drake also hid behind Birdman when the Common situation was at its peak. Drake didn’t respond at all, whilst Birdman came out on the radio and said this.
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