"Duppy Freestyle" Lyrics IRL: Drake Sends the Good Music playing in the $100K Bill to Help Pusha T "Career Revival"
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Toronto, Canada – In the closing lines of Drake now viral diss to Pusha T, "Duppy Freestyle," the OVO brain, he quipped, "Tell [Kanye] we have a bill that comes to you/taking into account that only sell another 20 for you."
The fadeaway lyrics meant Drake predicted his SoundCloud drop (which, as the press, has amassed over two million plays in just a couple of hours) would bring even more attention to Pusha T's newly released album, the DAYTONA, which closed things out with the song "Infrared" a clear swipe at Drizzy.
Pusha T wasted no time in responding in the middle of the Twitter account of the fever, with the retort, "Send the bill for the extra 20..."
Send the bill for the extra 20... https://t.co/41rd4OJeMF
— King Push (@PUSHA_T) May 25, 2018
But as Drake hit it in the "Duppy Freestyle," he was in the mode album, and immediately posted a picture of an invoice requesting Pusha's manager and Def Jam Executive VP and director Of A&R Steve Victor to cough up $100,000 in exchange for "professional help from career and life-giving."
You're welcome. 🦉
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The recent spat between Drake and Pusha T unleashed after the Good Music, the President referred to the writer by order of the claims heard 'around the world with the interpolated JAY-Z's lyrics, "The game is fucked up/ Niggas' beats is banging nigga, ya hooks did it/ the lyrics of The song pennin' like Trump, the winnin'/ The more important question is how the Russians did it is/ was written as Nas/ But it came from Quentin."