The beef started with the issues between the Clipse Pusha and his brother No Malice and Lil Wayne, which reportedly has roots on the collab track “What Happen to That Boy. Drake’s affiliation with Wayne made him a target.
In 2011, the beef between Drake and Pusha began to grow legs. Pusha dropped the song “Don’t Fuck With Me,” which sampled Drake’s “Dreams Money Can Buy,” on which Drake allegedly disses Pusha subliminally.
Then Push released “Exodus 23: 1 in 2012.
Pusha-T fired shots at Lil Wayne on “Your Favorite Rapper and Drake responded by threatening violence on “Tuscan Leather” on his 2013 album, Nothing Was the Same. In 2016, Drake took aim at Pusha’s drug-dealing past on Two Birds, One Stone.
Then, Pusha-T dropped “Infrared, which appears on his 2018 album Daytona, reheating the beef between himself and Drizzy.
Push called out Drake for using ghostwriters. Drake then dropped “Duppy Freestyle in retaliation, which fired shots at both Pusha-T and Kanye West. Push then released The Story of Adidon.
The single’s artwork depicts Drake in blackface from an old photo shoot. The song gained a lot of attention and resulted in plenty reactions, especially from hip-hop.
One of the most gasping bars was when Pusha revealed that Drake fathered a secret son.
Drake later confirmed he has a son on songs “Emotionless” and “March 14” on his 2018 Scorpion album.
Drizzy shares a son named Adonis with former adult film star Sophie Brussaux. In 2019, Drake said he had no desire to patch things up with Pusha.
Last year, the Virginia lyricist appeared to diss Aubrey on a leaked Pop Smoke song and Drake also dropped some subliminal bars on Headie’s Only You Freestyle.
This beef has never officially been put to bed but it’s currently inactive.