Pusha T - ‘The Story Of Adidon’ (Drake Diss)

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"Adidon is the name of Drake's upcoming Adidas line and now that name will be associated with this beef and Pusha's monstrous diss track", says Tourè. Further, Pusha posted a screencap on IG that showed the service removed the image, possibly due to fans reporting the image.

Van Lathan, who became known for challenging Kanye West after the rapper suggested that slavery was a choice, couldn't believe it either.

The rapper used it to promote The Story of Adidon, his latest diss track aimed at the Canadian crooner, 31. It started off as Pusha T vs. Lil Wayne and quickly escalated to Pusha T vs. Drake after a few subliminal shots turned into all out lyrical warfare after Pusha dropped "Exodus 23:1" in 2012.

He raps: "Confused, always thought you weren't black enough/Afraid to grow it 'cause your 'fro wouldn't nap enough". Drake later released a reponse track, titled "Duppy Freestyle".

And it looks as if there might be more to come from Pusha T, who's standing by the allegations in the song. Shebib was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2005.

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

The woman Pusha T claims is Drake's baby mama proudly displayed her pregnancy journey on Instagram for months. ending with a pic of baby Adonis himself.

Pusha T chose to reignite the row on his new album Daytona, which was produced by and features G.O.O.D.

It's an allegation he repeats in The Story of Adidon: "Drug dealin' aside, ghostwritin' aside/Let's have a heart-to-heart about your pride".

The single's artwork depicts Drake in blackface, allegedly an unaltered photo taken by David Leyes for a "Jim Crow Couture" clothing campaign for a brand called Too Black Guys back in 2008.

One Twitter user said: "Drake.You DEFINITELY have some explaining to do".