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This is be one of my favorite lines for awhile now. So many things you can grab from them.
Fuck keef and all those other bullshit rappers from the south—NOT ALL OF EM— king push realist rapper in the muthafucking game
The fuck you talking about K-Loud? Keef is from Chicago.
K-Loud Chief Keef is from Chicago
He might be referring to Drake as the pawn since he said how the “young niggas” would mention how influential Pusha has been to them (Drake bought a Pusha T autographed mic on eBay when he was young cus he liked Clipse a lot) and then he went on to choose sides with one of his rivals (Lil Wayne) who simply uses Drake for his popularity
A clear message to those who cross Push. If you start to associate with Pusha’s enemies (‘cliquing up with my rivals’) and think you can still be gravy with him (‘like the bible don’t burn’) then you’re mistaken. You’re a fool also if you think you can act like Pusha’s rivals (‘mirror in your idol’) without him noticing. These people who are pawns of Pusha’s rivals. The fate of the pawn is to die ultimately and the death is their own doing really for siding with the rival so it’s suicide.
This is why he’s called King Push.
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So dope to see my question as a verified tate
Push dat kinnnng!!
I thin Push Is tryna say Lil Wayne is not alive in the game no mo but Jay Z is and Jay is his best rapper.
This crazy cause I know that he’s not looking at the camera because he’s talking to me, answering my question. So dope.
Such an over looked line
I FUXIN LUV U PUSHA!!! MAD LUV!!1
Goes to show how easily one can misinterpret a line while trying to explain them! (About the explanation below)
How the fuck are you guys gonna tell King Push himself that is lyric definition is wrong, when HE told you the definition??