Many credited Drake for upping his bars against Harlow, while other fans noticed him subliminally sending shots in Pusha T’s direction during his verse, although it might be a few years too late.
“My urges for revenge are uncontrollable/I know we’re gettin’ older though, yeah/But I gotta get a n-gga back for that/It’s non-negotiable, it’s not even debatable,” he raps.
Drizzy later references Pusha T’s penchant for coke bars and 2018 album DAYTONA.
“All I hear is plug talk comin’ from middleman/All I hear is tall tales comin’ from little men,” he spits, before adding, “If I see ya’, I spit in ya’ faces, ha-tu/Daytonas with the green faces.”
Drake and Pusha T famously feuded in 2018 when they exchanged shots on “Duppy Freestyle” and the excoriating “The Story of Adidon,” which saw King Push out the 6 God’s now-4-year-old son, Adonis.
Drizzy was gearing up to respond to Pusha before Rap-A-Lot Records founder J. Prince stepped in and convinced him to leave the beef alone.
“For me, it’s nothing no more,” he said. “There’s not a conversation I need to have, like, at all. I’m cool.”
If @PUSHA_T & Drake met up at TGI Fridays….
— Ebro In The Morning (@EBROINTHEAM) April 14, 2022
As for Jack Harlow, he’s got to be pretty upset that his first Drake collaboration leaked ahead of his Come Home The Kids Miss You album, which is due out on May 6. It’s unclear if “Have A Turn” will get an official release in the future.