Pusha-T’s claim on “The Story of Adidon” that Drake has a baby with a woman named Sophie Brussaux, an alleged pornstar, had far-reaching consequences. According to PornHub data, search volume for Brussaux, who has appeared in adult videos under the stage name Rosee Devine, soared after Pusha dropped his now famous diss track.

PornHub shared this data on its blog here, which outlined that prior to “The Story of Adidon,” “Rosee Divine” was searched an average of 228 times per day, while “Sophie Brussaux” was searched 44 times per day.

Once her name made the rounds in the news, the search volume quite literally shot up. In just over 24 hours, “Sophie Brussaux” was searched 513,760 times and “Rosee Divine” 256,374 times.

Who do you think won the beef? Will Drake respond? Let us know in the comments.

In the meantime, check out how Kanye West may have ended the beef here.

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