Drake who was once accused by Pusha-T of ghosting and hiding a child, now uses Push‘s words to subtitle the video of the boy mentioned.
Drake Posted a clip of himself with his son Adonis to his Instagram account on January 28. And as adorable as it was at the time, most eagle-eyed Clipse fans took note of the rapper‘s chosen caption for his Instagram video: “I‘ve been around the world three times, I mean what I‘m saying.
” Anyone who spends time with and listens to 2002‘s Lord Willin should recognize a line from Push‘s “Cot Damn. ” It‘s not hard to pay tribute to Drake‘s classic album, as he declared himself a “really big Clipse fan” who once had a microphone signed by Push. But as history has shown, things turned around years later.
Drake used Pusha’s lyrics
From some of the shots on Push‘s critically acclaimed 2018 album Daytona to Drake‘s response to “Duppy Freestyle,” to Push‘s bars exposing his son in “The Story of Adidon,” it‘s unclear why Drizzy, who vowed not to distance her from the head of G. O. O. D. Music, is now writing an IG post with her lyrics. I think they‘re getting better, but drake and push haven‘t crushed their own beef on a public platform yet.
“I have no desire to ever mend anything with that person. That situation went where it went, and there‘s just no turning back,” Drake told Rap Radar in 2019. “Ten his part, it was a genius chess move. When it comes to me, he won‘t have any morale or respect. ”
New Album Is Comıng Soon
Fans are eagerly awaiting King Push’s next long-running Album after Daytona. By the way During a recent interview between manager Steven Victor and Complex’s Jordan Rose, Push picked up the phone to explain that he was actually about to drop album of the year, and delivered the good news.