The song quickly attracted interest because of Drake's verse where he appears to be taking shots at Kanye West and Pusha T. All these fools I'm beefin' that I barely know
Forty-five, forty-four (Burned out), let it go
Ye ain't changin' s--t for me, it's set in stone
West and Pusha T were both 44 years old when the song was released. While Drake's beef with Pusha T dates all the way back to 2009, his feuding with one-time pal Kanye is more recent. Their fall out was ignited by Pusha T's 2018 track "The Story of Adidon
," where he revealed the Toronto MC fathered a secret child, Adonis. Drake suspected it was Kanye who told Pusha about Adonis and responded with the diss track "Duppy Freestyle
." West denied telling Pusha about Drake's kid, but their relationship was fractured.