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Hip Hop’s finest react as Drake claps back at Pusha T

After waiting a whole five years for Pusha T to put out an album, Drake goes and ruins it all! Last week Pusha T released his much-awaited, Kanye-West-produced album, Daytona, to rave reviews. But the fanfare only lasted for a few days, until Drake caught wind of Pusha T’s scathing verse in the song Infrared.

In Infrared, Pusha raps: “It was written like Nas, but it came from Quentin.” The line refers to the rumour that Drake’s alleged ghostwriter is Quentin Miller – a rumour that was started by Drake’s former rap opponent Meek Mill.

Drake went into the studio to respond to Pusha’s verse, saying:

The diss track spread like wildfire and got the attention of  Hip Hop’s finest who had the following to say:


Nicky Minaj

Lupe Fiasco

Funk Master Flex

DJ Akademiks

Not only did Hip Hop heavyweights weigh in on the beef between Drake and Pusha T, even basketball team, the Cleaveland Cavaliers had something to say about the Duppy freestyle…

Even Pusha T had something to say…

Drake then responded to Pusha’s tweet via Instagram, with an invoice addressed to G.O.O.D Music. Savage!

You’re welcome. 🦉

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Let’s see if Pusha T will respond to Drake’s Duppy freestyle…

We suggest that Push’lays low on this one; we all know how the beef between Drake and Meek turned out!

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