Pusha-T Claims Drake Was Going to Reveal His Secret Son Alongside Upcoming Adidas Line
Yesterday, Pusha-T nearly broke social media when he released his "The Story of Adidon" response diss track aimed directly at Drake, as the Virginia rapper claimed that Drizzy was hiding a secret son from the world, amongst other things. While the Toronto hitmaker has yet to confirm whether he has a child or not, Pusha is now adding salt to the wound, claiming that Drake planned to announce that he had a child alongside his new Adidas line.
The Daytona MC called into The Breakfast Club earlier this morning (May 30), where he broke down what he meant by his line on the record that states the alleged child that Drake is hiding, whose name is Adonis, "deserves more than an Adidas press run."
"The Adidas situation is this. The child...allegedly his new Adidas line is called Adidon, which is named after Adonis, his son," he explains. "But we couldn't know about your child until you started selling sweatsuits and sneakers?"
Pusha reiterates his outrage over Drake's alleged plan to reveal his son to the world through a clothing line rather than separate from a business venture.
"Who rolls out their child with a sweatsuit? Like, get out of here! What are you doing?" he exclaims.
On "The Story of Adidon," the G.O.O.D. Music President also claims that Drake is a "deadbeat" dad for hiding his child, but he does admit to the hosts that there's no way of actually knowing that. Pusha even says that he doesn't hang out with friends who have child support issues of their own because of how important kids are to him.
"Listen, we don't know. We just couldn't know until he sold a sweatsuit," he reiterates. "I don’t even hang with my friends who got child-support issues," he says. "I'm big on kids. That's just real."
Also during the phone conversation, Pusha addresses how he found the photo of Drizzy in blackface taken by photographer David Leyes, which was used as the song's artwork.
"The picture came from a site, from this photographer," he explains. "A photographer by the name of David Leyes or something. You can look it up or whatever. I guess Drake took those pictures a little while ago. They said it was his idea, something he wanted to do."
The rapper says that even if the photo was Drizzy's idea, he's not ready to overlook that and wants some answers.
"I’m not ready to excuse that,” he says. “This isn’t so long ago. Have you just started recognizing your blackness? I need a few answers. Like, I really do. I really need to understand why you take a picture like that. Like, what's the problem?" he continues.
Fans are anticipating another possible response from Drake to come, but Charlamagne advises the mega star to sit this one out after Pusha's lyrics on this most recent record. We'll have to wait and see how this feud plays out.
Check out the full phone conversation from Pusha-T and The Breakfast Club below.
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