Pusha-T Accuses Drake Of Fathering A Child He Abandoned (Audio)

Pusha-T Accuses Drake Of Fathering A Child He Abandoned (Audio)

Pusha-T Accuses Drake Of Fathering A Child He Abandoned (Audio)

Pusha T has finally responded to Drake's diss track with "The Story Of Adidon".

In "The Story of Adidon" Pusha T calls out Drake for being a "deadbeat" dad, and name drops his whole family, even telling his father Dennis Graham to "stay off the Gram".

The picture was originally taken by photographer David Leyes, whose website captioned the photo as "Drake Us And Them". The song employs No I.D.'s beat for JAY-Z's "The Story of O.J.", a video that prominently featured minstrelry imagery similar to the single artwork. Pusha's Instagram post of the artwork was then removed, with the rapper sharing a takedown notice from Instagram.

There's a feud that's been running for over a decade between rappers Pusha T and Drake, but it hit a whole new level Tuesday.

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The artwork features an image of Drake in black-face which Pusha T has strongly argued is a real photo. Not really; it's only about the next hot song and an unwavering commitment to unphased cool, an emotional state fetishized by listeners who haven't quite learned how to be vulnerable human beings. I really need to understand why you take a picture like that. "I don't see any reason for you to be rocking blackface".

Team Drizzy had no idea how to deal with this lashing since Drake bodied Meek Mill the last time this happened.

Sophie knows better, ask your baby mother. That's what resonates the most with me: He doesn't even sound that mad about what he's saying.

Pusha also namedrops Noah "40" Shebib in his diss track and claimed that Drake has a secret baby. 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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