Pusha T Drops a Bomb in 'The Story of Adidon' Drake Diss

Pusha T Drops a Bomb in 'The Story of Adidon' Drake Diss

Pusha T has released another Drake diss track, titled "The Story of Adidon" featuring a picture of Drake in black-face for its artwork.

The photographer who snapped the picture, David Leyes, put himself in the beef by sending a tweet to Pusha T's manager asking for the photo to be removed.

While talks of Pusha T being bodied by the Toronto-bred rapper circled the internet, it seemed King Push just needed a few days to regroup - and research - before dropping his own response diss track. And the circumstances behind it aren't clear, but it's definitely not a good look for Drake.

Pusha-T and Drake have been at odds for years, but the feud picked up again last Friday, when Pusha's new album Daytona included "Infrared", a song reviving the old charges of ghostwriting against Drake.

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You can listen to the full Breakfast Club interview below. "But we couldn't know about your child until you started selling sweatsuits and sneakers?"

The rep added, "If it is in fact Drake's child, which he does not believe, he would do the right thing by the child".

"The Story of Adidon" is the latest in a series of diss tracks. "I don't see any reason for you to be rocking blackface". They said, "She has admitted to having multiple relationships. I really do. Like I really need to understand like what makes you take a picture like that, like what's the problem?" This is hitting below the belt by every standard, even if Shebib has helped sharpen Drake's arrows (including a callous dismissal of Kid Cudi's mental illness on 2017's "Two Birds One Stone", in which he also dissed Pusha). Drake has previously made light of T's sales, accused him of exaggerating his drug-dealing past, and teased him about being signed to Kanye West, who is younger.

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