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With the release of “The Story of Adidon,” the feud between Pusha T and Drake has reached the apex. It began years ago, but found new life when Pusha T threw ghostwriting jabs at Drake on “Infrared” off his newest album Daytona. Drake responded in kind with “Duppy Freestyle” where he threw shade at not only Pusha T, but Kanye as well. Then the bottom fell out, for Drake at least.

“The Story of Adidon” takes smack talk to a whole different strata. Pusha T aired all of Drake’s dirty laundry, including the mention of an illegitimate son he had with porn star Sophie Brussaux a.k.a. Rosee Divine. If that weren’t bad enough Pusha T also unearthed a photo of Drake in black face, accusing him of being nothing more than a ringmaster to a minstrel show.

While the rap world takes a deep breath and tries to absorb the beat down that just occurred Pusha T is forging on with the assault. In a recent in interview with NYC-based radio show, The Breakfast Club, hosts Charlamagne Tha God, DJ Envy and Angela Yee, Pusha T explained the motivation behind “The Story of Adidon.”

When the interview began it was mentioned that Drake brought Pusha T’s fiance into the battle and that’s what spurred the viscous reaction. “All bets are off because of that,” said Pusha T. “That alone causes all bets to be off. Everything else is fair game.” The Breakfast Club crew was also very interested in the picture of Drake in black face, and Charlamagne brought up how it gave credence to Pusha T’s verse, “So I don’t tap dance for the crackers and sing Mammy.”

In the end the Breakfast Club thought it would be a good idea that Drake tap out, but Pusha went on to explain that for him there are more questions to be asked and if Drake responds he’ll be ready with another diatribe.

“We talked about the writing or whatever, the ghostwriting allegations, alright cool. Now we get to like the mimicking of the black poster, black face, I mean I’m not ready to excuse that,” said Pusha T. “I definitely didn’t go too far with anything, I’m here for the sport of it but when it gets personal, it gets personal. I’m not censoring myself but there’s more content if it’s needed later.”