"Pusha Went 2 Far N It Was Still jus Satisfactory. N He Started All This," read a post from Santana's Instagram stories. "Yall Jus Wanna See Drake Lose," he continued. But Juelz isn't riding for Drake blindly. He also gave a shoutout to Pusha's latest album, DAYTONA. "Dayton was hard tho," read another Instagram story post.
Pusha's track did take a lot of personal attacks against Drizzy. It revealed Drake's possible son with a French adult film actress, and accused Drake of being a "deadbeat" thus making him the same as his dad, who left Drizzy and his mom when the OVO leader was five. Push also might have ruined his rumored Adidas rollout plan. In addition to that, Push threw shots at the health of Drake's producer, Noah '40' Shebib, and took aim at Drake's struggle with his biracial identity. Then, to top it all off, he included a photo of Drake in blackface. (Drake later explained the controversial photos but has yet to release a response to "The Story of Adidon.")
To be fair, Push claimed he only went this far because Drake mentioned his fiancée, Virginia Williams, in his diss track "Duppy Freestyle."
"All bets are off because of that," said Push in an interview with The Breakfast Club after he dropped "The Story of Adidon." He later added he "definitely didn't go too far."
Everyone doesn't agree with Santana's assessment. 50 Cent also weighed in after several tweeters speculated what savagery he would stoop to if he were up against Drake.
Coincidentally, Ja Rule, who had a famous beef with 50 Cent, also had something to say about the Pusha-T/Drake mess: "Drake, Push ima let y'all finish but "Loose Change" was one of the most disrespectful diss records of ALL TIME," he tweeted referring to his diss track against 50 Cent, Eminem, and Aftermath.
The surgical summer continues.