Pusha T is on a mission. At this moment it’s not to drop a perfect album but to make sure a Virginia sports bar is dealt with for what he contends are racist practices. 

King Push took to Twitter yesterday (June 2) to slam the Venue 112 Rock N’ Sports Lounge in Virginia Beach for what the G.O.O.D. Music rapper claims are discriminatory practices against Black people.

“Last night should’ve never happened @venue112,” wrote Push in an Instagram post that compiled a few of his tweets. “These ‘imaginary guest list’ u impose on potential black patrons is a slap in the face to the Great Neck community, Virginia Beach, and the 757 as a whole. My phone has been ringing since 6am with stories abt your racist ways. A history of reviews online and on social media share in a seamless thread of bigotry involving your establishment. I will never come there again. You didn’t know me last night but u will learn everything abt me. And u will correct this wrong.”

Check out more of Push A Ton’s tweets and Instagram posts calling out Venue 112, which suddenly made its social media accounts private, on the following pages. We get the feeling that besides righting a wrong, this will inevitably lead to a great song or at least a sharp punchline.

Photo: Play Cloths

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