Just weeks before Kanye released his eleventh album, they showed up on "" on "everyday," leaving many to believe that the two met their differences. However, Cudi said the beef was very well-known.
Pusha T described Kanye's and Cudi's fallout in a recent interview. "It f*cking sucks," Pusha said. "It's one thing for us to argue. It's not a problem. It gets out there, whether it's Ye bickering first, or Cudi returning with what he says. "It's super-fu**ed up."
Pusha later noted that when the trio collaborated for "Rock N Roll," a record that identifies Beyonce's "1+1." "Everyone was f*cking happy on the day we made this record, and he is so mulled by three or four different references. Beyonce cleared the sample.
In the above video, you may see "Rock N Roll" and see Pusha's full interview on Vulture.
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