The feud between rapper Pusha T and Drake reignited last week when Pusha T released his new album Daytona – produced by Kanye West – that featured songs about Drake being a deadbeat dad and using ghostwriters to write his songs. In the Drake diss track The Story of Adidon, Pusha T mentions “Sophie,” and it turns out that is a reference to Sophie Brussaux – a former French porn star and the woman who claims to be Drake’s baby mama.
According to TMZ, cameras caught Drake with Brussaux in January 2017, and in May of last year, she said she had text messages from the Toronto rapper that supported her claim that he got her pregnant.
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The alleged conversation started with Drake texting that he wanted Brussaux to have an abortion, and she replied that she couldn’t kill her baby to indulge him.
“You do know what you’re doing you think you’re going to get money,” Drake allegedly replied.
Brussaux didn’t hide her pregnancy, and instead proudly documented it on Instagram, ending with a picture of her new son, Adonis. She shared numerous pictures of her baby bump, plus photos from her baby shower that featured a cake with the name Adonis on it.
However, she never mentioned Drake in any of the posts.
Drake’s team has said that Brussaux has a “questionable background” and has admitted to having multiple relationships. They also said that she is just one of many women who has claimed Drake got them pregnant.
The rep did make it clear, however, that if Adonis is Drake’s son, he would “do the right thing by the child.” However, the rapper does not believe the baby is his. Brussaux has hired a lawyer to try to get child support from Drake.
Looks like this is Sophie Brussaux, the mother of Drake's secret baby, Adonis pic.twitter.com/6NJJOtA5In
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Pusha T is also making waves with The Story of Adidon because the artwork on the single seems to feature a young Drake in blackface. The New York City rapper claims the artwork is real and he didn’t edit the image.
Also, in his song Infrared, Pusha T accused Drake of using a ghostwriter, something that Meek Mill – a Philadelphia rapper – has accused him of doing.
Drake then responded with the song Duppy Freestyle and likened Pusha T to a faded autograph. He also said that he would ask for $100,000 from Pusha T for “promotional assistance and career-reviving.” Drake’s new album Scorpion will drop at the end of June, but it is unclear if he will continue the feud.
Drake has not commented on the latest rumors surrounding his drama-filled life.