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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.

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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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