Does Pusha incite?
The Pusha T and Drake saga continue, or at least the internet believes. On Thursday night (January 10th) The Weeknd broke off a new single with French DJ and producer DJ Gesaffelstein entitled "Lost In The Fire". In the song sings The Weeknd: "And I just want a baby with the right one (I just want a baby with the right one) / Because I could never be the one to hide a baby (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 in conflicting households. Every time someone raps or sings about this, it does not necessarily mean that it's a Drizzy shot.
Hours after the end of the song, The Weeknd released the official music video for the track online. Abel tweeted a link to the video, and Pusha T did it again with Feueremojis. We all know that Pusha and Drake do not have the best conditions (and that's frivolous). The fact that Pusha would re-tweet the video with the knowledge of the lyrics of the song was enough to frustrate the Internet.