Fans Continue to Troll Drake Days After Pusha T’s Diss Song Dropped – Details Here!
A lot of younger fans had never heard of Pusha T and when the diss records started flying they thought he was just some old rapper trying to make a comeback. But after he dropped “The Story of Adidon,” he not only broke the internet, he put himself on the map and in the media once again. These same young fans are now retrograding to some of Pusha’s earlier music and his numbers have been rising.
Since Drake hasn’t responded to the song, his fans and hater have been trolling his social media sites making comments seeking answers from the star. Some have already declared him the loser to Pusha’s verbal assult. Others took to his Twitter page with comments like, “Drake made the decision to respond because he thought he could win. Pusha came through with heat that cut Drake deep. And now he can’t respond.” Another commented, “Not to mention, Push didn’t say ANYTHING that wasn’t the truth. Call it degrading if you want (not referring to the MS thing) but everything Pusha said was already aforementioned in various Drake verses.”
The word around town is that Drake hasn’t responded yet because he’s working on the song which may be released this week. In another part of town the word is that J Prince, told Drake not to answer no matter how personal it got. J. Prince feels it’s a “pig pen mentality. And you can’t get in the pig pen with pigs because pigs turn to hogs and then hogs get slaughtered.
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