Pusha T Links Up With Uncle Jay for New Song, “Drug Dealers Anonymous” Super Fire J’s Verse is Super LIT

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Pusha T released the first single off of his upcoming King Push album with a track called “Drug Dealers Anonymous,” featuring Jay Z. In the song the Brooklyn rapper took aim at Tomi Lahren, the political commentator who criticized Beyonce in a rant where she said, “Your husband was a drug dealer,” adding, “For 14 years he sold crack cocaine.”

Jay struck back at Lahren in the line, “B**** I been brackin’ since the ’80s/Google me baby, you crazy/’89 in London pull the Benz up/Type it in, Google’s your friend bruh/14-year drug dealer and still counting.”

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Pusha T focused on life’s luxuries in his verse, as he rapped, Valentino summers and wave runners/Chains on my n****s like slave runners/Drug dealers anonymous/How many Madonnas can that Mazda fit?/My brick talk is more than obvious, it’s ominous/Garages, the phantom, ghouls, ghosts and goblins/Blonde mohawk the collection I’m Dennis Rodman.”

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