Pusha T Covers Complex, Talks Mass Incarceration, Racism In A Trump Era, & More

blame it on Meka December 2, 2016

Despite the supposed subliminals Drake sent in his direction on “Two Birds, One Stone,” Pusha T is less worried about rapper beef and more about the future of the country he lives in. Those thoughts are on full display in the December 2016/January 2017 issue of Complex Magazine.


In his interview with Mychal Denzel Smith, P opes up more about his tireless campaign to end mass incarceration, which was on full display during the glorious mess of the 2016 Presidential campaigns. When speaking on Trump, he held nothing back as well: “[He] is trying to extend the lifeline and expand upon white privilege. The racism in America—it’s no longer hidden. They don’t feel the need to hide anymore, because your president didn’t hide it in any capacity.”

Pusha also talks his #SchoolsNotPrisons campaign, his never-ending quest against racial inequalities, and more, and he does delve into music, Desiigner, and more.

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The entire interview can be read now.