Pusha T, a Virginia rapper, former member of Clipse and current president of Kanye West's record label GOOD Music, decided to diss Drake on the song "Infrared" from his album Daytona that was released Friday.
Referencing Drake's last major rap beef, where rapper Meek Mill accused Drake of using a ghostwriter named Quentin Miller, Pusha T raps "It was written like Nas but it came from Quentin / At the mercy of a game where the culture’s missing."
This is not the first time Pusha T has come for Drake. In 2012, Pusha T released the song "Exodus 23:1" that put Drake in the crossfire of Pusha T's longterm beef with Lil' Wayne over Wayne wearing a hoodie on a magazine cover that Pusha T and Pharrell popularized.
Anyhow, Drake has had enough of Pusha T's "nerve" and "audacity" and responded to Pusha T's most recent insult within 24 hours with his own song "Duppy Freestyle."
Whereas Pusha T used one line to take a shot at Drake, Drake's song is three minutes of relentless attacks against Pusha T that has Twitter shook.
Whether it's the lyric "You not even top 5 as far as your label talent goes."
Or, "I could never have a Virgil in my circle and hold him back 'cause he makes me nervous."
Or, "Man, you might've sold the college kids for Nikes and Mercedes / But, you act like you sold drugs for Escobar in the 80's."
Or even, "Tell 'Ye we got a invoice coming to you / Considering that we just sold another 20 for you."
The lyric, which Pusha T has already responded to...