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A previously unheard Kanye West verse from Pusha-T's album DAYTONA surfaced online via HipHop-N-More (though has since been taken down). Serving as an extended cut of "What Would Meek Do?," West name drops Drake and throws a little shade at his Nike deal.

If you remember, DAYTONA dropped amid Pusha-T and Drake's rekindled beef saga last year. Despite West posting a tweet last June that said he has "never been about beef," it would appear that he was, at least a little bit, beefy.

The extended “What Would Meek Do?” sees West name dropping his own Yeezy x adidas deal, and questioning Drake's commitment to Nike. Find the verse lyrics below.

“I be thinkin, what would Tupac do/ You be thinkin what new kids on the Block do/ We got cribs on the block too/ Drizzy wearing Yeezy on the low though/ Only repping Nike for promo/ The company growing faster than Flo-Jo/ And we did it with no logo.”

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