6 God is once again buzzing on social media over the lyrics to his collaboration on Jack Harlow‘s upcoming album Come Home the Kids Miss You. In his leaked verse, Drizzy appears to be shooting at an anonymous opponent. He raps in the song titled “Everyone’s action is irreplaceable / As if they are not disposable / My revenge impulses are uncontrollable” and raps in the song titled “Have a Turn”. “I know we’re getting older, though, yes / But I have to go back to a ni**for that / It’s not negotiable, it’s not even negotiable.”
In the Jack Harlow x Drake collaboration, ‘Have A Turn’, that surfaced today, Drake appears to send some subliminals towards Pusha-T 👁 pic.twitter.com/ZwsJAHbSsT
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Drake Is Pretty Angry
He continues to call out his opps. “All I hear is plug talk comin’ from middlemen / All I hear is tall tales comin’ from little men / When I say bitch, I’m very rarely referring to women / Most of the bitches I know are ni**as / They not even women.”
Later, he even references a Rolex Daytona timepiece. Pusha’s 2018 album was titled Daytona and featured his Drake diss “Infrared,” which led to Drake releasing his “Duppy Freestyle.” That was followed by Pusha’s scathing “Story of Adidon” on which he exposed Drake as a father.
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“If I see ya, I spit in ya faces / Daytonas with the green faces,” Drake raps.
The controversial lyrics reignited a social media debate between Drake and Pusha fans as they revisited their storied feud.
Prior to this, Pusha–who’s gearing up for his new album It’s Almost Dry–appeared to have buried the four-year-old beef. “I’ve already looked past that,” he told Complex in February. “I don’t look towards that anymore. … Bygones are bygones, as far as I see.”