Ever since Pusha-T dropped the diss track, "The Story of Adidon," with savage bars about Drake, hip-hop heads have been waiting for Drizzy to reply. Now it seems Kanye West is calling the feud off.

"I’ve never been about beef    I’m about love    lines were crossed and it’s not good for anyone    so this is dead now," he tweeted.

The ongoing rap beef escalated recently when Drake called out Pusha-T's fiancée by name in his diss song "Duppy Freestyle." In response, Pusha-T revealed Drake may have a secret son with a French porn star. The OVO leader was allegedly going to announce his son to the world while debuting his rumored Adidas clothing line. Push also accused Drake of following in his father's footsteps of being a "deadbeat" dad since Drake's father left the Toronto rapper when he was five years old. Then, Push topped it all off with an actual photo of Drake in blackface. 

Since then, Drake has only addressed the blackface photos in a statement, explaining that his actions were taken out of context. He's reportedly been offering $100,000 for any info on Push as well. But the G.O.O.D. Music president is adamant about not having anything to hide. "Can't no amount of money create skeletons that don't exist," he tweeted.

It's been four days since "The Story of Adidon" dropped with no response from Drake. Meanwhile, Push seemed to be getting ready for another round by contacting electronic producer, Rabit, who has "insider info" on OVO. Now Drake may not even have to respond if 'Ye is declaring it over. Either way, it seems Push won this round.