On Monday, Pusha T teamed up with a McDonald’s competitor to release “Spicy Fish Dis Track. The 75-second song has over 4 million views His Twitter account As of Tuesday morning, Arby’s new Hypes Spicy Fish Sandwich has attacked while attacking McDonald’s classic filet-o-fish.
“I’m the reason the whole world loves it, and now I have to squash it,” Pusha T said before comparing a McDonald’s fish sandwich to excrement. “You must be disgusted. How dare you sell a square fish that asks us to trust it. Half a slice of cheese, Mickey D on a budget?”
Pusha T may not like Filet-O-Fish, but beef with golden arches is more than one menu item. Pusha T said in Rolling Stone interview published on Monday. The brothers claim they earned $1 million in total, which Pusha T called “the peanut for as long as it worked.”
McDonald’s ads have taken root ever since.
“I’m solely responsible for the ‘I’m Lovin’ It’ swag and that company’s song,” Rolling Stone said. “It’s just real. I’m the reason.”
McDonald’s did not immediately respond to a Monday night request for comment from The Washington Post.
In a 2016 article entitledMcDonald’s controversial tale “I love you” is a songPitchfork reported that others credited with creating the song denied the rapper’s involvement. Pusha T commented on the controversy that year during an appearance on Pitchfork Radio: “It’s funny that people find it so interesting now that I wrote it,” he said.
In a new Rolling Stone interview, Pusha T said he wrote the song when he was young and didn’t ask for as much money or an ownership stake in his music as he does now – something he regrets. Over the course of two decades, I nibbled on it.
“I was part of this and I should have had a bigger stake,” he said. rolling rock.
Along with Arby’s and a chance to expel those so-called demons. In the track/advertisement, Pusha T unleashed, blasting Ronald McDonald’s backed sandwich as a “little cube of fish from a clown.” He denounced it as “essential”, “soaked in lime” and “tasteless”.
In contrast, Pusha T said, “Arby’s only deals in greatness,” and “the crunchy fish is simply that. With lines around the corner, we might need a guest list.”
Diss path did the trick. “I had to take that energy off of me, and this [ad] It was the perfect way,” said the rapper rolling rock. “You know what? I got over it.”
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