Last night, Miller went to Twitter to corrected Drizzy about a line where he claims he worked at a Kroger grocery store.
On the “Duppy Freestyle” anthem, Drake makes a direct Q reference.
“And as for Q, man I changed his life a couple times/N*gga was at Kroger working double time/Ya’ll acting like he made the boy when I was trying to help the guy/Yeah, who gassed you to play with me?\/Man, you made this sh*t easy as ABCs/Whoever supposedly making me hits, but then got no hits sound like they need me/My hooks did it, my lyrics did it, my spirit did it”
Yesterday, both Drake and G.O.O.D. Music foe Pusha T took shots at one another.
Send the invoice for the extra 20… https://t.co/41rd4OJeMF
— King Push (@PUSHA_T) May 25, 2018
— OVO Sound (@OVOSound) May 25, 2018
Heading into the weekend, 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)
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)