The startling viciousness of Pusha-T's Drake diss track

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Whatever the true case is, Drake has yet to respond and just like folks were leaning on Pusha T to respond to "Duppy" in what felt like a matter of minutes, the clock is ticking on his Canadian foe just the same. 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.

Considering that Drake and Pusha-T are involved in a massive feud we are not surprised that Pusha would want people to see this image and give them a reason to turn on Drake. "My truth was questioned, and I'm gonna deal in truths all summer long", Pusha said in a NY interview released earlier Tuesday, teasing the nearly reasonable tone he'd take on his diss track.

This follows Drake's own "Duppy Freestyle", which attempted to slight Pusha for his drug-dealing past, his rap career, and relationship with Kanye West. Drizzy's was also a clapback at Pusha's "Infrared", which called out the rapper for ghostwriting. The timeline is alive and buzzing.

Pusha-T and Drake are fighting again.

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"Listen, we don't know".

But, Drake was not about to have the last word. It mentions Drake's father Dennis Graham, and also Sophie Brussaux in the lines... "I don't see any reason for you to be rocking blackface". That's what resonates the most with me: He doesn't even sound that mad about what he's saying. In "The Story Of Adidon", Pusha-T made light of 40 looking sick and questioned how much longer the OVO executive will live.

As you can imagine the internet went into a frenzy. Leyes said that the Blackface makeup was Drake's idea and that he was trying to send a deeper message. Probably not, but it's fascinating to watch, and the direct salvo against Drake's moral character is leagues more effective than any attack on his artistic shallowness.

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