Pusha T's been baiting Drake for years. Drizzy finally struck back with his 2016 track "Two Birds, One Stone", on which he accused Push of embellishing his drug-dealing past.
At the time, Push said he wasn't going to respond because Drake didn't say his name.
But it does appear he has some smoke for the Canadian on his new album DAYTONA, which drops tonight.
At a private listening party for the album last night in New York, anti-Drake bars were noticed and recorded in the track "Infrared".
Pusha T here for all that drake smoke 😧 pic.twitter.com/6vQpgFo9B1— Mister Chimney 💨 (@DrewWUD) May 24, 2018
"It was written like Nas but it came from Quentin," Push raps.
Quentin, of course, being notorious Drake ghostwriter Quentin Miller.
Is Push vs. Drake something we need in 2018?