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PUSHA T & DRAKE SET OFF WAR OF WORDS (UPDATE)

Pusha T just dropped his Kanye West-produced Daytona album, embedded with a Drake dis record called "Infrared" as its very last song—and it took less than 24 hours for Drizzy to fire back with a track called "Duppy." Then Pusha T came roaring back with "The Story of Adidon."

Both tracks contain verses that renew a long-simmering beef between the two artists about allegations of Drake's success being allegedly powered by ghostwriters. Meek Mill tried to take similar swipes, before getting absolutely buried by Drake's lethal rebuttals, launched in the form of the two infamous dis records, "Charged Up" and "Back To Back."

Shortly after releasing "Duppy" on Soundcloud, Drake followed up with a post on the Gram of an invoice directed to G.O.O.D. Music/Def Jam (attention Steven Victor, Def Jam's EVP of A&R) for "services rendered." (See below)

But Pusha wasn't done, as evidenced by the brutal response "The Story of Adidon," the artwork of which features Drake in blackface and hits the megastar in some extremely personal areas. Check it out:

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