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This is What Happened When a DJ Tried to Drop a Pusha-T Verse at Drake’s Birthday Party

This is What Happened When a DJ Tried to Drop a Pusha-T Verse at Drake’s Birthday Party

Photo Credit: Barry Brecheisen/WireImage
Photo Credit: Barry Brecheisen/WireImage

An Instagram video captured a close friend of Drake interrupting Chief Keef’s “Don’t Like” remix.

Drake‘s 33rd birthday party suffered a slight interruption this week.

An attendee posted an Instagram story showing the festivities coming to a brief halt after an untimely song choice. Partygoers can be seen standing in stunned silence as the DJ cues up Chief Keef’s “I Don’t Like” remix, which begins with a verse from Drake’s nemesis Pusha-T.

According to the caption posted on the original video, the rapper’s close friend OVO Mark was the one to put an end to the awkward situation. He can be seen frantically pushing through the crowd, waving at the DJ to stop the song from playing. The video has surfaced on Twitter and can be played below.

From the looks of it, the interruption didn’t put a damper on the rest of the party. Drake went on to post a celebratory picture later in the evening.

 

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I’ve spent many nights over the last 4 or 5 years feeling like people did not like me or resented me for things beyond my control. I would sometimes settle into this mindset for months at a time. Today I woke up and looked at my phone and realized how much positive energy and how many unbreakable bonds I have in my life from incredible people. All the messages and posts just reminded me that I am covered in a blanket of love and support and I should never second guess that. Thank you for a truly uplifting day. Love you all forever.

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