Pusha is instigating?
The saga of Pusha T and Drake continues, or at least, this is what the Internet believes. Thursday night (January 10th), The Weeknd launched a new single with DJ and producer DJ Gesaffelstein called "Lost In The Fire". In the song, The Weeknd sings, "And I just want a child with the right one (I just want a child with the right) / Because I could never be one to hide it (I could never be the one to hide)." Abel fans began to speculate that the line was a blow to Drake. To be honest, there are millions of children born into conflicting families. Whenever someone raps or sings of this circumstance does not necessarily mean that it is a blow to Drizzy.
Hours after the song went down, The Weeknd released the official music video for the online track. Abel tweeted a link to the video and Pusha T retweeted him with fire emoji. We all know that Pusha and Drake are not in the best way (and they are putting it lightly). The fact that Pusha would have retweeted the video, with the knowledge of the lyrics, was enough to send the Internet into delirium.