The Basketball team Toronto Raptors won their first NBA Championship, and shortly after, Drake took to Instagram to announce that he would be putting out two new songs. One song is called “Money In the Grave” featuring Rick Ross, and the other is called “Omertà.”
The second track finds Drake directing some of his bars at the Pusha T situation. In a few of the bars, Drake said “Last year, nias really feel like they rode on me / Last year, nias got hot ’cause they told on me / I’m ’bout to call the bluff of anybody that fold on me / I’m buying the building of every door that closed on me.” Many believe those bars are directed at Pusha.
In what seems like a response, an extended version of an old track off Pusha T’s ‘DAYTONA’ album called “What Would Meek Do” has surfaced with an unheard verse from Kanye. In this verse, he called out Drake and said his ties to Nike are questionable.
“Drizzy wearing Yeezys on the low though/Only reppin’ Nike for promo.” Previously on another snippet of the song that dropped, Kanye called out J. Cole as well.