No Malice Thinks Drake's "Duppy Freestyle" Is Great for Hip-hop

He also talks about Pusha T’s ‘DAYTONA.’

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Pusha T‘s brother, No Malice, has taken the time recently to respond to Drake’s Pusha T diss, “Duppy Freestyle.” The rapper took to Instagram Live for one of his Q&A sessions with his followers to speak about the topic.

“Hey man, I think it’s great,” he said when asked about what he thought about the track. “I think it’s great for hip-hop. It’s what y’all want, right?” In addition, No Malice also talked about his feelings on Pusha using the Whitney Houston bathroom photo for his album cover. “I think that’s what Hollywood do, right?” he responded. “That’s what Hollywood do. I wasn’t in any shock and awe when I seen it. I didn’t even know what it was to tell you the truth.”

No Malice also said that while he is on an opposite path than his brother, No Malice still finds King Push’s craftsmanship commendable. “The artistry of my brother’s work is amazing,” he said. “Of course I don’t agree with everything he is saying and all the messages, you know. But, he didn’t make that album to lead people to the Lord.”

Check out the video above. In other news, Quentin Miller said that he will address “everything” on his next release.

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