Just when we (and Drake) thought it was all over, Pusha T's set at Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival on Saturday fanned the flames once more with screens reading "Fuck Drake," with the crowd chanting the same.

However, after his set, Push took to Twitter to claim the screen wasn't his doing, blaming a technician for the insult and telling his followers that "dissing anybody on screen isn't part of my show".

Pusha T and Drake have spent a good part of 2018 feuding, but actually the animosity can be traced back 15 years. This summer, however, the two rappers took metaphorical shots at each other with diss tracks, including Pusha T's now-iconic “The Story of Adidon.” The song alleged Drake had a secret son, which has since been revealed to be true.

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