The Internet Thinks Pusha T Is Co-Signing The Weeknd's Alleged Drake Diss


The Pusha T and Drake saga continues, or at the least, that is what the web believes. On Thursday night time (January 10), The Weeknd dropped off a brand new single with French DJ and producer DJ Gesaffelstein known as "Lost In The Fire." In the track, The Weeknd sings, "And I simply need a child with the best one (I simply need a child with the best)/'Cause I may by no means be the one to cover one (I may by no means be the one to cover)." Fans of Abel started to speculate that the road was a shot at Drake. To be truthful, there are tens of millions of infants born into conflicting households. Every time somebody raps or sings about this circumstance would not essentially imply it is a shot at Drizzy.

Hours after the track dropped, The Weeknd launched the official music video for the monitor on-line. Abel tweeted a hyperlink to the video, and Pusha T retweeted it with hearth emojis. We all know that Pusha and Drake aren't on one of the best of phrases (and that is placing it calmly). The reality Pusha would retweet the video, with the information of the lyrics of the track, was sufficient to ship the web right into a frenzy.