Drizzy Drake brought all the smoke to Pusha T and Kanye West, hauling a puck back in record time to Pusha's recently released Diss track and giving 100,000 Dollars off Bill at Push and West for "Promotion Support" and "Career Revival".
Pusha, whose Daytona produced in West Germany fell away on Friday and included the Drake diss track, "Infrared" simmering beef with the Toronto rapper and his label mates Lil Wayne and Baby.
In "Duppy Freestyle" (for those who do not know – a "Duppy" is a ghost in Jamaican dialect, which corresponds to Pushas reproaches Drake uses ghostwriter for his music,) Drake apparently had an answer to Pusha verse by verse and maybe even a brilliant nod to be with Push's wife
On "Infrared," Pusha shakes that Drake uses a ghostwriter named Quentin in a track for Mee to come k Mill (Drake's "RICO"), does not deny Drake, but says that by hiring him he made the life of "Q" better:
Pusha T on "Infrared": It was written like Nas but it came from Quentin
At the mercy of a game where the codes are missing
Drake on "Duppy" : And as for Q, man I've changed his life a few times
Nigga was with Kroger and worked twice
Du do you act as if he made the boy when I tried to help the guy
Yeah, who gassed you to play with me?
Man, you made this shit as easy as the ABC
Whoever wants to make me hits, but then gets no hits, sounds like they need me
My hooks did it, my lyrics have it done, my mind did it
Then King Push claims that the only rapper to sell more drugs than he is is Eazy-E (is that another thing to brag about?); and that Drake does not write his own rhymes:
Pusha T: The Only Rapper Who Selling More Drugs Than Me Was Eazy-E
How could you ever correct these injustices
If you do not even write your songs
But let's all play along
We all know what Niggas really was waiting for
The OVO rapper answers that T & # 39; s drug Exploits are largely fiction:
Drake: Your brother said it was your cousin then he, then you
So you do not rattle what you did, you just rapped what you knew
Do not be ashamed, there's plenty of Niggas doing what you do
There's no malice in your heart, you're an accessible guy
Man, you may have the college kids for Nikes and Mercedes sells
But, you act as if you had Dro in the '80s sold for Escobar
Drake also gets on track for Kanye West and first says:
Drizzy: What do you really think about the Nigga making your beats?
I've done things for him I thought he'd never need
Dad had to reach out and get it from me
I pop style for 30 hours, then let him repeat  And then Instinieren that West held back a former colleague (Virgil Abloh, now the chief designer for Louis Vuitton menswear) about jealousy:
 Drake: You do not even have the top 5, what your label talent concerns
You send shots, well, I challenge these
But I bring Calicos to the Alamo
I I could never have a virgil in my circle and hold him back because he makes me nervous
But best of all, if Drake says he will charge Kanye West for the track, as his mention will no doubt give it more heat.
Drake: I said Weezy and Baby "I've done it for you"
Tell, we have a bill that comes to you
Remember, that we just sold 20 for you
And Pusha asks for the bill on Twitter.
What Drake Provides About Instagram: "For Professional Services Provided: Promotion Assistance and Career Revival"
The Internets seem to rely on Drake as the champion of this round, but bet it will be a cruel summer for hip-hop.