Steve Harvey Calls Pusha T A ‘Broke A** Boy’ [VIDEO]

Steve Harvey Responds To Pusha T Diss Track

Steve Harvey is reacting to his reference in a Pusha T track. Within Pusha’s diss towards Drake in his “Story of Adidion,” the G.O.O.D. Music president referenced Harvey’s suits.

How you a winner but she keep comin’ in last place? / Monkey-suit Dennis, you parade him / A Steve Harvey-suit n*gga made him

Steve Harvey

Although the lyric was rhymed over the summer, Harvey has caught wind of it and is now giving his opinion. During a break between sets on the ABC show – that he hosts – “Family Feud,” Harvey gave his thoughts after hearing the track,

‘They’re talking about you in a rap song.’ Do you know how that [doesn’t] move the needle in my life? They’ve said negative sh*t about me in rap songs, they said positive shi*t. Most of its cool, some of it ain’t. Do you think I care what a raper thinks of me? A rapper, dawg? I don’t give a sh*t what a singer thinks of me. I don’t give a f**k what a politician thinks of me.

He adds,

I was watching TV one day, I heard Joel Osteen say, ‘People’s opinion of you is none of your business. Nor should you make it yours.’ Cause what somebody thinks of you, what difference does it make? I could care less.

The comedic followed up by questioning which rapper said it and came up with his own set of rhymes in direct response,

What’s his name? Pusha T? Who the f**k is that? ‘Pusha T cracked on you in a rap song,’ well, f**k Pusher T. ‘He said something about you!’ Who? Pusher T. Where is this broke ass boy? Where he come from? Pusher T don’t help me with none of my bills, Pusha T don’t answers my prayers, Pusha T doesn’t give me health.

He concludes with his rhymes,

I’m gone write my own raps: Who the f*ck is Pusha T, f*cking with me! You better watch out T, you don’t know who I be! Somebody best know not to f*ck with me! I’m all in yo ass, I got mo’ cash! I’ll do anything I want – smack that ass! I don’t give a shit if yo name is Pusha T.


“Story of Adidon” was released in May and was in response to Drake’s “Duppy Freestyle,” which ignited a rap beef between both of the rappers. The beef was squashed after Drake allegedly received guidance from Rap-A-Lot records founder, J Prince.

Authored by: Andre Palmer