Pusha-T had everyone reeling on Tuesday after he released his incendiary diss track “The Story of Adidon,” which was a huge strike at Drake. Wednesday morning, Push called in to The Breakfast Club to provide more context.

“All bets are off because of that,” Push said, referring to his fiancée Virginia Williams, whom Drake mentioned in his diss track “Duppy Freestyle.” For Push, the mention of Williams' name meant that all relationships are now on the table.

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Push continued, discussing the single artwork of Drake in blackface, “Drake took those pictures a little while ago,” he said. “They said it was his idea, something he wanted to do…I need a few answers. I really do. Like I really need to understand like what makes you take a picture like that, like what’s the problem?”

But above all, Push is “here for the sport of it, but like I said, when it gets personal, it gets personal,” he said, adding, “I definitely didn’t go too far.”

“I definitely feel that there are bigger questions than the things that are brought up, and I mean that he has to answer. I really feel like they need to be answered. That’s real.”

After Drake got personal on “Duppy Freestyle” by name-dropping Push’s fiancée, Push had no issue doing the same. Over the beat for Jay Z’s “The Story of OJ,” Pusha brings Drake’s family into the mix right away, mentioning Drake’s parents, his alleged son and baby mom, and Noah “40” Shebib.

Listen to the rest of The Breakfast Club interview above.