Did Pusha T call Drake 'a clown'? Diss in Pop Smoke's album 'Faith' reignites duo's feud

The general consensus is that Pusha T was mocking Drake's triumph at the Billboard Music Awards 2021, where he was named Artist of The Decade


                            Did Pusha T call Drake 'a clown'? Diss in Pop Smoke's album 'Faith' reignites duo's feud
Pusha T and Drake's feud has gone on for long (Paul Morigi/Getty Images for The Recording Academy; Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)

Rapper Drake and Pusha T's feud seem to be a never-ending one as the musical artists continue to throw shade at each other in public, or often through disses in their songs. In fact, it was Pusha T who revealed to the world about Drake's son Adonis in his diss track 'The Story of Adidon'. Drake has time and again claimed that Pusha T rose to fame and made his entire career from their mutual feud. This time, it is Pusha T who has taken another dig at Drake while appearing on late rapper Pop Smoke's second posthumous album 'Faith'. In the track 'Tell The Vision', which features Kanye West and Pusha T, aside from Pop Smoke's pre-recorded tracks, Pusha T raps a line that says, "The crown is only for the king, they tryna place it on a clown".

The general consensus is that Pusha T was mocking Drake's triumph at the Billboard Music Awards 2021 — where he was named Artist of The Decade. Alternately, a few annotators claim that it was a diss at rapper 6ix9ine, who had labeled himself King of New York in his 2018 track 'FEFE'; and has also been trolled as a 'clown' for his rainbow hairstyle. The 44-year-old rapper also allegedly dissed Tyler on the same track. 

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Though Pusha T is yet to confirm whether the diss was actually directed to the 'One Dance' rapper, Drake's fans have flooded social media to criticize Pusha T. "Felt like Pusha T was trying to send another diss to Drake on the new Pop Smoke song he’s featured on The beef was 3 years ago and Pusha is still trying to get clout off Drake’s name. What a sad world we live in," tweeted a listener. 

A second fan wrote, "I’m glad Drake ain’t drop CLB I’m sick of Pusha T mann," while a third fan said, "Pusha T on the pop smoke album seriously who likes him dissed Drake and now Tyler The Creator like both of those guys have multiple songs topping the charts you ain’t even have one." A fourth user acknowledged his liking for Pusha-T's music but could not condone his constant disses at Drake. "I love Pusha T but he needs to stop dissing Drake and not on a Pop Smoke record come on"



 



 



 



 

Meanwhile, Pusha-T's fans came to his defense against Drake fans, divided the internet into two. "Drake fans lol. Pusha T don’t need clout. People forget he has classics before he was solo with the clipse Gtfoh," tweeted a fan.  Another fired back, "How can Drake throw subliminals at Pusha T for 3 years straight but Push the bad guy when he does it back???" A third fan said, "Fun Fact: Pusha T forced Drake to become a better father"



 



 



 

Pop Smoke’s much-awaited second posthumous album called ‘Faith’ finally hit the internet on Friday, July 16, and it features top global artists like Kanye West, Pusha T, Dua Lipa, Chris Brown, Pharrell Williams, Lil Tjay, Future, 21 Savage, and others. However, it looks like the fans did not dig his new album as much as the first one. Many social media users seemed unhappy with the rapper’s team using incomplete verses whereas, a few could not see the logic behind tapping artists such as Dua Lipa and Chris Brown.

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