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The 25th of May marked the reignition of the long going feud between Pusha T and Drake, due to Pusha T dropping his highly anticipated Kanye produced album Daytona. It was on the 7th track Infrared that Pusha T threw direct shots at Drake. 
“The Lyric pennin’ equal The Trumps winnin’ 
The Bigger question is how the Russians did it 
 It was written like Nas, but it came from Quentin”

In this verse Pusha T compares Drake’s success to Trump’s, both needing outside help, in the case for Drake him needing ghostwriters. However, Drake wasted no time and dropped his reply ‘Duppy Freestyle’ on the same day. The freestyle saw Drake confront the ghostwriter rumors and even aim shots at G.O.O.D Music founder Kanye

However, it’s Pusha T’s most recent disrespectful reply ‘The Story Of Adidon’ that has everyone talking! This time Pusha T not only aimed his shots at Drake, he also went at Drake’s mum, dad and OVO producer Noah ‘40’ Shebib.  
“Marriage is somethin’ that Sandi never had, 
Drake How you a winner but she keep comin’ in last place”
“OVO 40, hunched over like he 80-tick, tick, tick
How much time he got? That man is sick, sick, sick” 

But Pusha went a lil further and showed that he really did his homework and pulled out all the skeletons out of Drakes closet by taking a shot at Drake’s alleged baby mum ‘Sophie Brussaux’ and shining light at their son Adonis. And let’s not overlook the shocking cover to the diss track, Drake in black face.
“Let ‘em know who you chose as your Beyoncé”  
With all these vicious shots aimed at Drake and his loved ones, the rapper has been rather quiet and is yet to drop his reply leaving fans to wonder has Drake crumbled? It’s sad to say that we might not be getting the reply after all as J Prince has revealed that he made an OG call and advised Drake to not reply as he doesn’t want him to stoop to Pusha’s level. It’s not yet clear whether Drake will take on this advice but his album ‘Scorpion’ is set to drop this month so we’ll all find out soon.   

Words: Judite J Rafael