Some even suggested new lyrics for Drake's comeback track. Drake shot back with a "Duppy Freestyle" track, asked to be paid for giving Pusha publicity, and then really shot back on Instagram (after Pusha tweeted "Send the invoice for the extra 20") with a photo of a drafted invoice for $100,000 "re: promotional services and career reviving". The timeline is alive and buzzing.
Appearing on this morning's (May 30) episode of The Breakfast Club, Pusha-T is adamant that the photograph is real.
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The Times reported that he is "well known in Washington circles" and served under previous Republican administrations. He then invoked the material compiled by former FBI Director James Comey before he was sacked by the president.
The rep added, "If it is in fact Drake's child, which he does not believe, he would do the right thing by the child".
The tension between Pusha and Drake goes back to around 2006, when Pusha's rap group Clipse sparked a fight with Lil Wayne (the Young Money boss Drake has always been loyal too).
Drake: I want you to have an abortion. "I'm not censoring myself, but there's more content if it's needed later".
Anger is a corrosive, malignant feeling; you are much, much healthier when you're able to come to a less violent conclusion than wanting to whip a table through a window. "They said it was his idea, something he wanted to do". Probably not, but it's fascinating to watch, and the direct salvo against Drake's moral character is leagues more effective than any attack on his artistic shallowness.