Savage Lines From Drake and Pusha T's Current Diss Track War

Savage Lines From Drake and Pusha T's Current Diss Track War

Savage Lines From Drake and Pusha T's Current Diss Track War

The release of "The Story Of Adidon" took a conflict that sprung out of a dozen-year-old Clipse vs. Lil Wayne problem and mentioned Drake's father, mother, and an alleged lover and child-who Pusha claims is named Adonis.

The single's cover art features a photo of a young Drake wearing blackface, which Pusha T said is a real portrait by photographer David Leyes, who did not immediately respond to HuffPost's request for comment.

The drama began over the weekend when Drake responded to Pusta T dissing him on his new track "Infrared".

R&B star Drake reportedly appeared in a highly controversial picture shared by rapper rival Pusha T. The timeline is alive and buzzing. "Pusha has, in effect, screwed up Drake's brand before it came out".

"A baby's involved, it's deeper than rap / We talkin' character, let me keep with the facts / You are hiding a child, let that boy come home", Pusha raps.

"Listen, we don't know".

Team Drizzy had no idea how to deal with this lashing since Drake bodied Meek Mill the last time this happened. "I definitely didn't go too far with anything", adding that he has "more content for me, later". It mentions Drake's father Dennis Graham, and also Sophie Brussaux in the lines...

The tension between Pusha and Drake goes back to around 2006, when Pusha's rap group Clipse sparked a fight with Lil Wayne (the Young Money boss Drake has always been loyal too). On Tuesday, two people I was texting with expressed reservations about all the masculinity on display, and indeed you can already find a counter-narrative to this narrative online, as rap fans express confusion that anyone could expect something more gentlemanly from a rap feud.

As you can imagine the internet went into a frenzy. Famous or not, who ever says the absolute cruelest thing they can?

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