Drake Drops Bombshell, Accuses Pusha T Of Being A Former Drug Dealer

The Drake – Pusha T beef just reached a fever pitch.

Following Push’s 2nd diss track, “The Story of Adidon,” fans thought the feud couldn’t get any nastier. The G.O.O.D. Music President even went so far as to say Drake would never find any dirt to throw back in his direction.

He was wrong, and it may cost him his career.

On Friday, Drake posted a video to his Instagram aimed directly at Pusha T. In a shocking tirade, Drake goes in: “Why don’t you tell us all what ‘Pusha’ means?” Drake bellows. “I think we’d all like to know. Unless you want me to tell everyone?

“You see, our friend, Mr. Pusha T, is not the man you all thought he was. He built his career on a foundation of lies, criminality…

“… and drugs.”

The OVO Sound Boss goes on to claim Pusha T ‘s lyrics have always been packed with hidden references to cocaine dealing, reading straight from Pusha T’s guest verse on Future’s 2014 song, “Move That Dope.”

“‘From 16 years old, I’m whippin’ in kitchens, f****n’ my junkies
Pablo, Versace way before Migos
My dinner plates, no silverware, all you n****s my hijos
Toss a kilo like a free throw, crack house, it had the peephole
Made it through to the other side
Now nothing’s big as my ego, Push

“Toss a kilo like a free throwWhat does that mean, Push? Because I know you’re not talking about basketball,” says Drake in the now-viral video. “Who is the real Pusha T?

“I think it’s time your fans got some answers.”

Oof. No telling how Pusha T will come back from this. But it’s safe to say his secret’s out.

Author: Joe Kalavity

A lone reporter with a passion for truth.

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