In a brief segment of The Daily Show With Trevor Noah, the host offered his two cents on the ongoing Drake vs. Pusha-T beef, which recently saw King Push go nuclear in response to Drizzy’s "Duppy Freestyle" with "The Story of Adidon."

During the show's opening address, Noah notes, “This is something that you reserve for presidential campaigns, and Pusha-T clearly hired, like, a full-on research team," referencing the sorts of low blows usually reserved for bare-knuckle politics. The song, which samples JAY-Z's "The Story of OJ," includes pointed comments about Drake's family life, the rapper's relationship with his black identity — more specifically, this controversial blackface photo — and insinuates the Toronto rapper has a secret lovechild named Adonis by a former porn star.

"I've heard of rap beefs where people threaten to get rid of family members," Noah remarked. "I've never heard of rap beefs where people give you family members […] that is next level."

Last week, Pusha-T dropped his third studio album, DAYTONA, which notably took shots at Drake, Lil Wayne, and Birdman. Drake's forthcoming album Scorpion is expected to drop sometime in June.

For more of Noah's comments, check out the video above. And if you've yet to hear the “The Story of Adidon,” stream it below.

Just in case you're not clued up by now, we've got the full breakdown on the Pusha-T vs. Drake beef right here.

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