Drake uses Pusha-T’s lyrics for Instagram post with son

A few days ago Drake took to Instagram as he shared an 80-second clip where he was sharing quality time with his 4-year-old son Adonis. In the later part of the clip, Adonis can be seen speaking french with his father.

Drizzy has put his arch-rival Pusha-T’s lyrics in the caption “I been around the world thrice times, I mean what I say..”. The lyrics are from Pusha-T and No Malice’s duo Clipse’s 2002 song ‘Cot Damn’. In the track, Pusha rapped “I been around the world thrice times, I mean what I say from that Panama sun to France’s Champs-Élysées /Grind so deep-rooted, I can’t turn away

For the better part of the last decade, both Drake and Pusha-T have been indulged in beef that even resulted in Kanye and Drake’s rivalry. Just recently Ye and Drizzy sorted out their differences and reunited for Free Larry Hoover Concert last December.

Back in 2018 Pusha-T released The Story Of Adidon a diss track aimed towards as a response to Drake’s Duppy Freestyle. In the song, Pusha infamously revealed that Drake has a son with adult film star Sophie. “You are hiding a child, let that boy come home
Deadbeat mothaf–ka playin’ border patrol, ooh
Adonis is your son..”.
Later Drake responded to this in his album Scorpion cut ‘Emotionless’ where he said, “I wasn’t hiding my kid from the world/I was hiding the world from my kid”.

Watch Drake’s clip with Adonis below: