G.O.O.D. Music president Pusha T isn’t turning a blind eye or deaf ear to the 6 God. The hip-hop veteran has responded to smoke thrown his way from Drake’s new “Duppy Freestyle” banger.

Pusha went to Twitter Friday (May 25) to encourage Drizzy to invoice his team in response to a line off Drake’s diss song.

Drake didn’t waste any time and invoiced G.O.O.D. Music for “promotional assistance and career reviving.”

You’re welcome. 🦉

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Last night, Drake dropped his unexpected “Duppy Freestyle” diss song.

Drake starts out “Duppy Freestyle” by calling out Pusha-T and Kanye. “If you rebuke me for working with someone else on a couple of V’s, what do you really think of the n*gga that’s making your beats?/I’ve done things for him, I thought that he never would need/Father had to stretch his hands out and get it for me,” he raps. Later on, Drake calls out Kanye by name: “Tell ’Ye we got an invoice comin’ to you/Considering we just sold another 20 for you.” (Pitchfork)

The 6 God makes things super personal with specific references.

Elsewhere in the freestyle, he comments on their G.O.O.D. Music label (“You’re not even top 5, as far as your label talent goes”) and takes personal hits against Pusha (“You might’ve sold some college kids some Nikes and Mercedes/But you act like you sold drugs for Escobar in the 80’s”). He also criticizes the two for allegedly not supporting Virgil Abloh (“I could never have a Virgil in my circle and hold him back, ‘cause he makes me nervous/…You n*ggas leeches and serpents”). (Pitchfork)

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On Pusha T’s new Daytona album he fires off a direct shot at Drake and about allegedly relying on ghostwriter Quentin Miller to pen records.

“Infrared,” the closing song off Pusha-T’s latest project, Daytona, released Friday (May 25), features the lyrics: “Your hooks did it/ The lyrics pennin’ equals to Trump’s winnin’/ The bigger question is how the Russians did it/ It was written like Nas but it came from Quentin.” The verse was widely received as taking a shot at Drizzy using ghostwriters on his songs. (Billboard)