The saga of the Drake vs. Pusha-T beef continues with a new diss track from Pusha. The rapper has clapped back with a new song called “The Story of Adidon” after Drake dropped “Duppy Freestyle” - a response to lyrics referring to the Toronto rapper on “Infrared” from Pusha-T's new album DAYTONA released last Friday. Listen to “The Story of Adidon” below.

The single's artwork depicts Drake in blackface, allegedly an unaltered photo taken by David Leyes for a “Jim Crow Couture” clothing campaign for a brand called Too Black Guys back in 2008. The song employs No I.D.'s beat for JAY-Z’s “The Story of O.J.”, a video that prominently featured minstrelry imagery similar to the single artwork. The artwork has since been removed from both Instagram and Twitter at the behest of the platforms.

On the “The Story of Adidon”, Pusha comes for Drake at every angle - dissing his parents, referring to his trusted producer Noah “40” Shebib’s Multiple Sclerosis, his rumored deal with adidas, and, most notably, claiming that he's a deadbeat father to a secret son that he allegedly had with former adult film star Sophie Brussaux.

Let us know what you think in the comments below about Pusha-T's latest diss track, and revisit Drake's “Duppy Freestyle” below.

In other music news, Cardi B dropped the video for her 'Invasion of Privacy' hit “I Like It”. Watch it right here.

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