Pusha T Blackballed from Children’s Books Over Coke Bars

Pusha T Blackballed from Children's Books Over Cole Bar

Pusha T Blackballed from Children’s Books Over Coke Bars!

Before Pusha T was a solo artist, he was a member of Clipse alongside his brother No Malice.  Read on why Pusha T was Blackballed from writing Children’s Books…

CelebnMusic247.com reports that King Push has revealed that some of the bars on those albums have prevented him from being able to publish children’s books.

On Tuesday (May 25), a Clipse fan tweeted to Pusha T:

I know what it’s written about but when I play Keys Open Doors for my two-year-old it is actually a non-double-entendre educational song. I’m saying Clipse is for the children. Shout out @PUSHA_T.

Pusha T replied:

Thanx and I’ve been trying to write a children’s book for years…they won’t publish me.

T went on to say:

In all fairness, “Keys Open Doors” isn’t exactly G Rated, with references to drug dealing throughout the track.

Pusha T raps in the opening verse:

So much white you might think your holy Christ is near. Throw on your Louis V millionaires to kill the glare/Ice trays? Nada! All you’ll see is pigeons paired/The realest shit I ever wrote—not ‘Pac inspired/It’s crackpot inspired, my real n-ggas quote/Bitch never cook my coke, why?/Never trust a whore with your child.

Speaking of, Pusha T became a trending Twitter topic this week after Drake accepted the Artist of The Decade honor at the 2021 Billboard Awards on Sunday night (May 23) with his three-year-old son Adonis by his side. As part of Pusha T’s infamous 2018 diss track “The Story Of Adidon,” he revealed Drake had a child with former adult film star Sophie Brussaux. – HipHopDX

Take a look at Drake and his baby boy Adonis:


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