Video: Pusha T’s Favorite Verse (So Appalled)

Pusha T on “So Appalled” featuring Kanye West, Jay-Z, CyHi The Prynce, Swizz Beatz & RZA:

“Cause I’ma tell you, the truth of the matter is: it wasn’t what it was, when I did So Appalled, it was just me and Ye on it… When I heard So Appalled, it was me, Ye, Jay-Z and CyHi.”

“I feel like it was a good moment cause I don’t know if I’ll ever get on a record with Jay-z again, but if I don’t… I did.”

Previously: Curt@!n$ ft. Pusha T – str8 up menace Re(up)mix


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7 Responses to “Video: Pusha T’s Favorite Verse (So Appalled)”

  1. Honey Lips Louis Says:

    *is secretly thrilled that the Lance Armstrong shit is happening to a kizza athlete*

  2. Captain Planet Says:

    Apparently Lance’s biological dada abandoned him at 2 and he’s refused to talk to him ever sicne

    He doesn’t have a good relatonship with his step dad

    It will be must watch TV if and when he confesses

  3. Danny Ocean Says:

    *is secretly thrilled that the Lance Armstrong shit is happening to a kizza athlete*

    ^
    this this this

  4. Captain Planet Says:

    I’m not sure how I feel about psychiatrist analyzing people they haven’t met before

    But this FOx News Doc ethered Lance something serious, Loaded Lux style

    Armstrong’s truth—and likely the driving force in his winning seven Tour de France titles while allegedly injecting himself with steroids and mainlining his own blood—is that his father abandoned him at age 2. To this day, Armstrong has refused to meet him. His mother then married another man with whom Armstrong did not get along, and with whom he has had no contact for years.

    An abandoned and forgotten boy is—absent extraordinary healing—forever an abandoned and forgotten boy. Two years old is plenty old enough to be torn apart at the level of the soul by the abrupt severing, without explanation, of a father-son bond. It is plenty old enough to be shredded by the haunting suspicion that one is unworthy and unlovable. It is plenty old enough to set the stage for a decades-long race for enough fame and adulation to fill the emotional black hole inside you that keeps threatening to make you disappear into it.

    And, so, Armstrong seems to have pedaled faster and faster. And if his teammates and adversaries wondered how a man could be so driven as to declare himself a winner when he was not, again and again and again, to have seemingly no compunction about celebrating hollow victories, and to maintain a synthetic fiction in the face of seemingly incontrovertible fact, they need only remember the hollowness inside that man, born of being a forgotten boy—that black hole and the threat of complete psychological disintegration it represented to him, if only unconsciously.

    If the contentions of the officials who banned Armstrong are correct, the vacuum of real self-esteem that could reside within him predicts that he will continue—probably forever—to deny that he ever used performance enhancing substances and keep fleeing his core feelings, until he can’t come up with any other way to dodge them.

  5. Captain Planet Says:

    It is not lost on this psychiatrist that he allegedly spent decades injecting himself with male hormones, as if to be male enough to be a worthy son, rather than forgotten one.

    It is not lost on this psychiatrist that the very attempt to cheat the truth—to bury grief and rage, rather than facing them—could turn one’s very manhood into a cancer and make malignant the most graphic anatomic symbol of masculinity and fatherhood.

    ^

    HOLE.SHIT.

    I think he went too far there …

  6. Captain Planet Says:

    You see, to truly Livestrong after being injured catastrophically as a boy by abandonment requires looking at your pain, sitting with it, really feeling it, not trying to outdistance it—which is impossible and a race to oblivion. It requires realizing that you were always loveable, even if you were unloved, and that false fame and a Superman-lean frame will only separate you from that healing reality, which many people correctly call God.

    ^

    * Falls back *

  7. Captain Planet Says:

    An abandoned and forgotten boy is—absent extraordinary healing—forever an abandoned and forgotten boy.

    ^

    Basically the problem in most black families

    See how I tied it back to our previous topic ?

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