All anyone has been talking about these past couple days is the beef between Pusha T and Drake. Over the weekend, Pusha T's highly anticipated album 'DAYTONA' was released and it featured a pretty seething diss track directed at Drake.
The closing track of the album, titled 'Infared', uses the line "It was written like Nas but it came from Quentin," which is referencing Drake's alleged ghostwriter Quentin Miller. Drake responded with the diss track 'Duppy Freestyle' where he spits "It's gonna be a cruel summer for you/I told Weezy and Baby 'I'ma done him for you'/Tell 'Ye we gotta invoice coming to you/Considering that we just sold another 20 for you?"
Pusha then asked Drake on Twitter to invoice him for the 'extra 20' and Drake responded with one.
Celebrities like Nicki Minaj have stuck up for Drake during this drama.
Considering Drake calls out Yeezy, there's been more drama on the Kanye side of things too.
Pusha T is also under fire for the choice of his album artwork for 'DAYTONA' - Whitney Houston's bathroom covered in drug paraphernalia. Pusha T confirmed that he had already chosen a photo, but Kanye called him in the night to suggest the photo of Houston's bathroom and paid the $85,000 for the rights. Pusha T said “I’m not really too, too, too entrenched in the art world like that. I’m just going to let him do that thing. And he’s paying for it.”
Push has said he’s happy with the cover as it shows the organised chaos of the album. Understandably, Houston's family are very unhappy with the decision.
Damon Elliot, Houston’s cousin said he “immediately got sick to [his] stomach because it took [him] right back to six years ago. To do something for a publicity stunt to sell records, it’s absolutely disgusting. It hurt my family and my daughter. It’s petty. It’s tacky.”
We're certain this drama won't end here - so keep up with our Blog for the latest as it happens.