Drake Sends Pusha-T’s Record Label $100,000 Invoice for Career Reviving
Pusha-T's taunts toward Drake on the song, "Infrared," off his new album, Daytona, have sparked their issues back up, and it looks like we might have our next big beef of 2018. After dropping a response on Friday (May 25), with the track "Duppy Freestyle," Drizzy is adding even more fuel to the fire.
On the "Duppy Freestyle," the 6 God takes several veiled (but obvious) shots at the Virginia rhymer. At one point he raps, "It's gonna be a cruel summer for you/I told Weezy and Baby 'I'ma done him for you'/Tell 'Ye we got a invoice coming to you/Considering that we just sold another 20 for you."
Pusha-T jokingly obliged Aubrey's invoice statement on Twitter on Friday, tweeting, "Send the invoice for the extra 20...." Ever the showman, Drake had a real invoice typed up and shared the document with his fans on Instagram. It is addressed to Pusha T's label, G.O.O.D. Music. Drake writes that he is charging a $100,000 fee for "promotional assistance and career reviving." He captioned the post, "You're Welcome."
Pusha previously stated in a recent interview on The Breakfast Club that he wouldn't be interested in being pitted against Drake, but now that the OVO rapper has proven that he is with the smoke on wax and online, should the Clipse rapper try his hand? This more than likely wont be the last we hear about this.
See both rappers' posts below.
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