Drake Sends Pusha-T's Record Label a $100000 Invoice


After raining on Pusha T's release day parade, Drake should feel celebratory over his "Duppy Freestyle" reception, yet his latest single seems to imply the opposite.

In addition to citing the reason for the invoice under "professional services rendered" and "professional assistance and career reviving", Drake name-dropped G.O.O.D Music and Def Jam in the track, in addition to Pusha's longtime manager Steven Victor.

Pusha T just released an album in collaboration with Kanye West, which initiated the beef between Pusha T and Drake. Ever the showman, Drake had a real invoice typed up and shared the document with his fans on Instagram. It's been two days since Drake dropped "Duppy Freestyle" and still no word from Pusha. "It was written like Nas but it came from Quentin". Drizzy even alludes to several songs he himself helped Kanye write, including "Father Stretch My Hands", "Pop Style", and "30 Hours". You can listen to the new track in the player below. It started when Pusha T called out Drake for using a ghostwriter for his songs. Pusha T responded to the song by quote tweeting the Soundcloud link and saying "send the invoice for the extra 20 then". "/ I've done things for him I thought that he never would need / Father had to stretch his hands out and get it from me".

West and Drake were rumored to be working on a joint album but that project has since been shelved.