Pusha T released his third solo project DAYTONA on Friday (May 25) and all hell broke loose.
Push ended the project on a track called “Infared,” where the rapper takes aim at Cash Money Records, dissing Birdman and Lil Wayne while also dropping a jab about “Quentin Miller” ghostwriting for Drake that references the roots of his not so current beef with Meek Mill.
However, that isn't all. The cover art Kanye West chose for Pusha T’s DAYTONA album isn’t sitting well with Whitney Houston’s family.
The image, which is a 2012 photo Houston’s drug laden bathroom, has reportedly infuriated Houston’s cousin Damon Elliott.
Multiple Grammy and Oscar winning songwriter Rhymefest who is also Co-founder of Kanye West’s Donda’s House charity and co-writer of Ye’s hit ‘Jesus Walks’ chimed in on Saturday.
Donda’s House, Inc just released a statement yesterday (May 26th) about Kanye West & his recent involvement in the media.
In statement issued on behalf of RHYMEFEST and Donnie Smith, an educator who helped setup Donda’s House, the organization says that they have been unable to secure support from Kanye despite several efforts lately.
Kanye’s wife Kim Kardashian West chimed in to the scuffle questioning Rhymefest’s motives and made some bold statements.