There's a battle brewing between rappers Pusha-T and Drake.
Check out the interview below and listen to the other questions that Pusha wants Drake to answer and whether or not he'd be willing to let things go should Drake tap out of this one. "It wasn't because I was shunning it, you know, it's just Hip-Hop don't feed me, you know what I'm saying?"
Pusha's fiery track is called The Story of Adidon and it has some pretty ruthless lyrics.
In the track, USA rapper Pusha T touches on Drake being mixed race, his producer having multiple sclerosis and a rumour that Drake is fathering a secret child. The song was released on May 25, with Drake delivering a response track the same day with his song "Duppy Freestyle".
But, Drake was not about to have the last word.
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"A baby's involved, it's deeper than rap/We talkin' character, let me keep with the facts/You are hiding a child, let that boy come home".
Journalist Touré connected "Adidon" with Drake's alleged Adidias deal a few hours before Pusha called into The Breakfast Club. Did Drake really pose in blackface?
Representatives for both Pusha-T and Drake declined to comment to TIME for this story.
Brussaux: I can't kill my baby simply to indulge you sorry. We understand she may have problems getting into the United States.
"How could you ever right these wrongs when you don't even write your songs?"
Push continues to take aim at Drake's father, Dennis, for his suit collection, which Pusha believes favors the sharp suits Steve Harvey often wears and have become the comedian's trademark style over the years.