The singer has declared the back-and-forth as the return of hip-hop.
Last week, Drake unleashed the "Duppy" freestyle, sending shots at Pusha T and Kanye West and even sending them an invoice for "promotional assistance and career reviving." While it took a few days for Pusha T to respond to the disses, he did not hold back at all, coming out in full force in "The Story of Adidon," claiming that Drake is a deadbeat father who has a baby by a stripper. The cover uses an old photo of Drizzy in blackface, shocking many when it was revealed to be a legitimate photograph. As we sit back and watch their feud come together, it appears as though we're not the only ones.
Declaring it as the return of hip-hop, Chris Brown was excited to see the back-and-forth between King Push and Drake unfolding. He made sure to voice his amusement on DJ Akademiks' post of the controversial cover art, sliding into the comment section and writing, "Hip hop is back. Where's the popcorn." As he is used to being caught up in seemingly every dramatic event in Hollywood, Breezy is more than happy to take the backseat here, watching from afar to see how both sides will retaliate. As the Toronto rapper has declaredly returned to "album mode," we may not see his rebuttal until the release of Scorpion but, with the date being set any time during the month of June, the project could drop as soon as this Friday.