Months after its release, the damage wreaked by Pusha-T's earth-shattering diss track "The Story of Adidon" continues to pile up. Television host Steve Harvey was the butt of a particularly cruel bar on the track, and he has now responded in appropriate fashion: with a freestyle diss delivered during an episode of his show Family Feud. Watch it go down in the clip below.

“Who the fuck is Pusher T,” Harvey says, adding “Who is this broke ass boy? Where did he come from?”

The offending bars from "The Story of Adidon" were a read on Harvey's sartorial choices. Pusha rapped, “How you a winner but she comin’ in last place?/ Monkey-suit Dennis, you parade him/A Steve Harvey-suit nigga made him.” Revisit the full track below.

In other news, Lil Wayne's 'Tha Carter V' has finally arrived. Stream the hugely-anticipated album right here.

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