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Pusha T took some not-so-subtle shots at Drake , continuing their nearly three year feud. You can read the full lyrics and listen to a snippet of the song below. On his verse, Pusha T throws a few jabs at the Canadian artist in a move that recalls a saga of diss tracks that arrived back in and dictated their very public feud. All Rights Reserved. Gain access to exclusive interviews with industry creatives, think pieces, trend forecasts, guides and more. Receive the latest updates, breaking stories and headlining articles curated by our editorial team just for you.
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On May 25, , Pusha T released his third studio album Daytona. The album's last track, "Infrared", addressed allegations regarding Drake and ghostwriting. Drake responded by releasing the diss track " Duppy Freestyle " a few hours later. Pusha T alleges that the rumor that Drake had a child named Adonis with French model and former pornstar Sophie Brussaux is true, calling Drake a "deadbeat" who is "hiding a child". Pusha T also attacks Drake's alleged insecurities regarding his own race, and mocks OVO Sound record producer 40 for looking frail, which may be due to having multiple sclerosis. The track received high praise for being vicious and harsh, as well as for revealing Drake had a secret child that he was hiding from the public eye. After a month of speculation, Drake finally confirmed he had a son with French model Sophie Brussaux, in lyrics from his fifth studio album Scorpion. The track was titled "The Story of Adidon" after Drake's rumored upcoming Adidas line, which would've publicly revealed Adonis to the world and use him heavily in promotion and advertising. Adidon is a portmanteau of Adidas and Adonis. The cover features a photograph taken by David Leyes of Drake in blackface.