“I’m in shock,” Drake says. “The nerve. The audacity.” Apparently he heard Pusha-T’s not-so-subliminal insults on Daytona today: “The lyrics penning equal to Trump’s winning / The bigger question is how the Russians did it / It was written like Nas but it came from Quentin.”

The verses, from Daytona nearer “Infrared,” are a reference to Drake utilizing rapper Quentin Miller as a professional writer on a few tracks around 2015, including his commitment to Meek Mill’s “R.I.C.O.” When Meek discovered, he was disgusted to the point that he get under way an issue with wrecked his vocation. Drake has chosen to react to Pusha considerably more heartlessly than he dispatched Meek.

On the new “Duppy Freestyle,” Drake empties on the previous Clipse MC for three minutes in a row. In the first place, he calls attention to the deception of Pusha raising Quentin Miller when Push’s whole collection was created by Kanye West, a person who’s known to cobble together his verses with a roomful of partners. Drizzy even implies a few tunes he himself helped Kanye compose, including “Father Stretch My Hands,” “Pop Style,” and “30 Hours.” Take it away, Aubrey:

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