The 55-minute interview, released Monday, opens with some thoughts on the pandemic and the birth of Pusha’s son before the two started getting into the greatness-minded ambition behind the new album.
King Push is known for his way with words but struggled as he spoke candidly about how he coped with such a devastating loss. During an interview with Charlamagne Tha God, Pusha recalled the loss of Mildred and Gene Thornton, one you can “never” be ready for.
“I think the one thing that’s helped me deal with grief right now—my parents passed four months apart…I just know I was good with my parents, both of them, like really good,” he said. “Like, so, I grieve selfishly. I’m grieving now. But, man, it’s, um, they alright. I know it.”
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