Yesterday, J. Prince revealed on Sway In The Morning show on Shade 45 that Drake was ready to put out a response to Pusha T but he advised him not to because it would have potentially ended Kanye and Pusha T’s careers.
This statement has attracted a varied response from fans but most are of the view that Drizzy shouldn’t hold back as this is a Rap beef with no holds barred. The CEO of Houston-based Rap-a-Lot Records was a guest on The Breakfast Club this morning where he spoke on his new book, The Art & Science of Respect, his start in the music game, managing boxing stars like Floyd Mayweather, the morals of the music industry and of course, the unreleased Drake diss.
J. Prince confirmed once again that Drizzy was “cocked and loaded” with his return diss towards Pusha T but it would have been damaging to Kanye West and Pusha T’s careers. He also mentioned that it would have affected others’ livelihood in the process and hence he advised Drake to hold back. Listen to him speaking on the situation above. You can watch the full interview below.