Pusha T



The Pusha T and Drake saga continues, or at least, that’s what the internet believes. On Thursday night (January 10), The Weeknd dropped off a new single with French DJ and producer DJ Gesaffelstein called “Lost In The Fire.” In the song, The Weeknd sings, “And I just want a baby with the right one (I just want a baby with the right)/’Cause I could never be the one to hide one (I could never be the one to hide).” Fans of Abel began to speculate that the line was a shot at Drake. To be fair, there are millions of babies born into conflicting households. Every time someone raps or sings about this circumstance doesn’t necessarily mean it’s a shot at Drizzy.

Hours after the song dropped, The Weeknd released the official music video for the track online. Abel tweeted a link to the video, and Pusha T retweeted it with fire emojis. We all know that Pusha and Drake are not on the best of terms (and that’s putting it lightly). The fact Pusha would retweet the video, with the knowledge of the lyrics of the song, was enough to send the internet into a frenzy.




A physical altercation breaks out in Drake’s hometown, Pusha claims that people were “paid” to throw beer at him

Pusha-T’s performance tonight at Toronto’s Danforth Music Hall was interrupted when attendees appeared to rush the stage. Video from the event (below) shows a physical altercation taking place, though Pusha himself doesn’t appear to be touched.

Pusha departed the stage and eventually returned to perform “Infrared”—a track that features subliminal shots at Drake. At one point, Pusha addressed the crowd and alleged that people were “paid” to throw beer at him.

Pusha and Drake’s feud slowed down earlier this year following “The Story of Adidon,” but the conversation surrounding the beef was reopened when Drake addressed Pusha and the song in a conversation on LeBron James’ HBO show. Last month, Pusha claimed that the source of information for “Adidon” was Drake’s longtime producer Noah “40” Shebib.