The National Multiple Sclerosis Society Finds Pusha T’s Diss "Troubling"

The National Multiple Sclerosis Society Finds Pusha T’s Diss

"The Story Of Adidon" seems to refer to the six-month-old son that Sophie named Adonis and Pusha namechecked both of them in the song he dropped on May 29. "Pusha said that Drake parades Dennis around in Steve Harvey suits [laughs]".

The song was released on Tuesday and uses Jay-Z's song Story of OJ as the backing track.

The basic gist has been this: Pusha has pushed long-standing claims that Canadian former actor turned rapper Drake has had verses ghost-written for him by other people.

Another continued: "Drake needs to explain the blackface".

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Regardless, adidas and Drake are likely to announce their partnership sometime in 2018, and whether or not the Adidon theory will hold up remains to be seen.

Of course, Pusha has cold-heartedly claimed to be an unrepentant veteran of the drug game, so if he could sell life-ruining product to people's mothers face-to-face, there's even less surprise in his understated answer: "No".

Wendy Williams recently took to her popular show to discuss the diss, saying she's disappointed to know Drake doesn't "write his own music", and that he once wore blackface. Rather, it comes from a photo shoot Drake did with photographer David Leyes.

Journalist Touré connected "Adidon" with Drake's alleged Adidias deal a few hours before Pusha called into The Breakfast Club. Pusha T confirmed that with the mention of his fiancee, the beef is no hold barred. Pusha Terrance chose to take Memorial Day weekend to relax a little bit and went scorched earth, releasing his diss track on Funk Flex's show on Hot 97.

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The "6 God" has been the target of some of hip-hop's biggest names since his career began.

The album will feature his new track, "I'm Upset" and hit single, "Nice For What", produced by Murda Beatz.

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