Drake blackface photo used by Pusha T to promote new track

Drake blackface photo used by Pusha T to promote new track

Drake blackface photo used by Pusha T to promote new track

On Pusha-T's new record, he goes full-throttle on Drizzy by referencing his dad Dennis Graham leaving him, his mother Sandy not experiencing marriage and past claims of former adult star Sophie Brussaux secretly being his baby mother. Like, get out of here! "What are you doing?" Not really; it's only about the next hot song and an unwavering commitment to unphased cool, an emotional state fetishized by listeners who haven't quite learned how to be vulnerable human beings. This isn't just by chance: He is on a years long brand-building mission, his life and career as carefully curated as an Instagram feed, the filters tweaked and the angles tilted just so that we might never, ever thinking about the messiness behind the scenes. "I don't even hang with my friends who got child-support issues", he says.

Me learning that Drake did blackface and it ain't photoshop and has a kid in one song. The rapper credited David Leyes as the photographer, though the image does not appear on Leyes' website. You can look it up or whatever. "I guess Drake took those pictures a little while ago". Leyes said that the Blackface makeup was Drake's idea and that he was trying to send a deeper message.

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"I'm ready for everything that comes with it".

Here's how the beef started in case you missed all the drama. But I need a few answers. "I'm not an internet baby, I don't edit images. this is a real picture. these are his truths, see for yourself". "Like, what's the problem?" he continues. Further, Kanye West has his deal with Adidas, so it's pretty easy to believe that Pusha might have inside info regarding Drake's involvement with the company, including the name for a potential line.

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