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Drake Appears to Diss Pusha T on Leaked Jack Harlow Song

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It appears that Drake may have dissed Pusha T on a recently leaked collaborative track with Jack Harlow.

On Wednesday (April 13), a leaked Jack Harlow song, tentatively titled “Have a Turn,” leaked online and went viral. On the tune, which has since been removed on social media, Drizzy aims a few subliminal bars at Push, who famously outed the Canadian rapper for hiding his newborn son to the world on his 2018 diss track, “The Story of Adidon.”

“My urges for revenge are uncontrollable/I know we’re gettin’ older though, yeah/But I gotta get a nigga back for that/It’s non-negotiable, it’s not even debatable,” Drake raps on the song.

The OVO Sound leader goes further and possibly references King Push for his coke raps on his celebrated 2018 project Daytona.

“All I hear is plug talk comin’ from middleman/All I hear is tall tales comin’ from little men,” he spits. “If I see ya’, I spit in ya’ faces, ha-tu/Daytonas with the green faces.”

Although the last line mentions Daytonas with the green faces, Drake could possibly be a flossy bar, referring to the green dial Rolex Cosmograph Daytona timepiece, which is priced at $37,000.

Nevertheless, reactions to the leaked song have been mixed with some people feeling like Drake delivered some tough lyrics at Pusha T, while others believe that Drizzy’s rhymes were soft as warm butter.

“Drake tore Pusha T up on that Jack Harlow leak. How long until Push responds?” tweeted one fan.

“Drake just be giving Pusha ammo,” wrote another person who added joy emojis for laughter. “Made fun of Drake for being white and now Drake dissing him on a white man’s song. Drake must got a new ghostwriter in the tuck and baiting Push. Only way it makes sense.”

There’s no word if the song “Have a Turn” will appear on Jack Harlow’s upcoming album, Come Home the Kids Miss You, which drops on May 6.

Check out more reactions to the leaked Jack Harlow song below.

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