The elder brother of Pusha T sat down with Noisey to talk about his former manager's run-in with the law, the unbreakable bond he has with his brother and family and, of course, his musical plans.
Tell me about your relationship with Pusha now.
It’s the same that it has always been. I think people try to make up things, but we never have any problems. We laugh and joke; everything is cool. We’re two grown men, and any two grown men that are still joined at the hip, to me, there’s something wrong with that. I’m definitely on my path. My lifestyle has changed. I’ve grown a lot and continue to grow. I’m not the same person that I was, and I’m trying to express that in my music. Pusha is doing his thing. He’s everywhere. He’s enjoying his work and everything that he has going on, and we’re proud of him and continue to show support.
You can read the rest of the interview here. That's one step for man, one giant leap closer to a new Clipse album or Re-Up Gang mixtape.
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