The G.O.O.D. Music crew, minus Kanye West, stopped through Power 105.1's The Breakfast Club to promote their just released compilation album, Cruel Summer. Pusha T, CyHi The Prynce, Big Sean, Teyana Taylor and Common stopped through for a friendly conversation about topics that included working with Yeezy, any alleged beef with YMCMB, Consequence or Rihanna, why Q-Tip wasn't on the album and Pusha T's cornrows.
Push A Ton, as usual, boxed any Lil Wayne animosity as the New Orleans rapper's own doing. "That was was crazy," said the VA rapper, who also said we can expect his solo album at the top of the year. "I just put out music, man. If it touch your soul it touch your soul."
Meanwhile, Taylor downplayed any alleged tension with Rihanna as being fan inspired. "That's probably guilty minds, though," said Taylor. "If I'm retweeting a picture and I think you look dope and your fans get mad saying, " So what you saying, she trying to look like you!" I never said that. I retweeted the picture, that's all I did. Sometimes the fans hype her up so she say little comments, but it is what it is. I think she cool, I think she dope. I think she's a beautiful girl. I got too much to prove. I got music to make, I got albums to put out... I don't want no problems with nobody. I just want to get my music done."
Watch the rest of the interview below.
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