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As we know it, the smoke has cleared between Drake and Pusha T. While fumes still linger, everyone involved has resumed to their regularly scheduled programs.

Pusha T is still celebrating the release of Daytona while Drake is prepping for the release his Scorpion album later this month.



After Drizzy responded to the G.O.O.D. Music president’s shots on “Infrared” with his “Duppy Freestyle,” he failed to deliver a recorded response to Pusha’s “The Story of Adidon” clap back. Rather than a diss record, the 6 God addressed “The Story of Adidon’s” cover art through his Instagram story.


The world viewed it as a loss for OVO’s head honcho.

Currently, Drake is ready to roll out his new album, with the expectation of getting some things off his chest. According to DJ Akademiks, he had a private conversation with Drizzy that expounded on the beef.

Drake allegedly says he had to remove himself because he was heading to “a place of no return.” The beef had gone to a place that went deeper than music. According to J Prince, the potential diss was going to damage credibility and livelihoods. His OG advice to Drake also put a stop to the release of the diss.

Ironically, the new album release date comes ones week after the fifth and final installment of Kanye and G.O.O.D. Music’s month-long album release takeover, and DJ Akademiks’ conversation with the Young Money mogul has certainly increased the anticipation for the rapper’s seventh studio album.

Unfortunately, many unanswered questions will remain until June 29.

Peep the video below for more on the Everyday Struggle host’s conversation with Drake.