Following the release of Drake’s eighth album, For All The Dogs, fans now speculate that his beef with Pusha-T has resumed.
Hours after Drake dropped his latest project, fans have hinted that the Canadian star resparked the feud between him and once rival, Pusha-T.
“Virginia, I pull up and chill/You know you can’t come where I stay/’Fore you get caught on a date/’Fore you get put on a plate/’Fore you get slid on like skates/’Fore I get turned up like bass/I know that look on they face/Don’t tell me you’re scared of lil Drake,” he rapped on the second verse of “Fear Of Heights.”
According to HotNewHipHop, in the second verse of the track, Drake took the alleged shots at Pusha through his spouse, Virginia.
Fans took to social media to share their opinions about the verse online. Comments that the same common opinion of the song was referenced that he was “on fire” the very beginning of the track.
The two rappers’ beef allegedly started years ago after Drake allegedly inherited Wayne’s beef with Virginia-based rap group, The Clipse.
The mid-2000s notorious feud started after Lil Wayne graced the cover of Vibe’s April 2006 Edition.
According to Billboard, it has been noted that The Clipse and their collaborator, Pharrell have been wearing the brand in several of their music videos.
However, fans also noticed Drake took shots at musical titan, Rihanna and her boyfriend, A$AP Rocky. Fans believed that Drake took shots at the couple at the opening of the song after he made bold statements.
“Why they make it sound like I’m still hung up on you? That could never be
Gyal can’t ruin me. Better him than me. Better it’s not me. I’m anti, I’m anti
Pusha-T, Rihanna, nor A$AP Rocky has yet to respond to Drake’s “Fear of Heights” track. Thoughts?