The Pusha-T and Drake beef has made its way onto social media. And we have to admit things are getting pretty entertaining.
On Thursday night, Pusha unleashed his highly anticipated third studio album DAYTONA, which included a number of shots at some of hip-hop’s biggest names. As most of you know, Drake was targeted in the album’s closing track “Infrared,” as it included an obvious reference to Drizzy’s alleged ghostwriter Quentin Miller: “It was written like Nas but it came from Quentin.”
Just a day after DAYTONA hit streaming services, the 6 God responded with a scathing track called “Duppy Freestyle.” Drake went in on King Push; he questioned the rapper’s street cred and relevance, while also taking a few digs at Kanye West.