This morning, he elaborated via an interview with Sway In The Morning that the reason he did so was that the return fire was so vicious that it would have ended Kanye West and Pusha T's careers and hurt their families, so he advised the Canadian rapper to put it on ice. Those stakes were upped on T's "The Story Of Adidon", which attacked Drizzy's family, uncovered a controversial 11-year-old photo of Drake in blackface, and possibly scooped the rollout Drake's Adidas campaign, in revealing to the public that Drake may be a father.
It's been almost a week since Pusha T dropped the eviscerating "The Story of Adidon" taking aim at Drake. However, according to Prince, he was the one who called Drake, advising him not to release the diss.
Check out clips from J. Prince's radio interviews below.
J Prince, CEO of Houston-based Rap-a-Lot Records, previously said he encouraged Drake to stop his feud with Pusha and West. The Clipse Have New Music In The Chamber. Prince said he spoke to Drake and the material that he was rapping about in the diss track would've caused pain for Kanye and crippled Pusha's career.
The comments arrive as Drake made a subtle return to social media following the heated feud, sliding into the comments section of an upcoming U.S. rapper called Smiley 61st.
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"Because pigs turn into hogs, and then hogs get slaughtered", he added, "We haven't worked this hard to cheat ourselves over nothing".
He continued: "That's not [Drake's] character. So that's the way that is".
The latest revelation follows J. Prince's earlier comments on radio station WPGC 95.5 last Friday (June 1), in which he expressed his feelings about Pusha T taking things too far.
"I've never been about beef", West said. "And you wonder, 'How'd this thing go here?' This is how they go there, when your momma and your daddy and your friends start feeling some kind of way, before you know it, it's going down". "So I have a problem".