So what do you think: are the lyrics just a big coincidence or is The Weeknd taking aim at Drake with his new song?
On the track, The Weeknd seemingly throws a shot at Drizzy's secret baby situation and fans on Twitter have something to say. Drake later talked about his son on his 2018 album, Scorpion, though has not directly responded to Pusha T's accusation. It's also important to note that Drake and The Weeknd haven't always seen eye-to-eye so there could be something there but without Weeknd's clarification on the line, it all remains speculation.
This isn't the first time the pair have collaborated together. The latter seems less a Drake shade. This was followed by several years of shade throwing and controversial public statements.
Abel is back! It's been more than two years since The Weeknd released his last full-length, Starboy, and now, he's giving us a taste of his highly-anticipated 2019 record with "Lost In Fire".