Drake’s “Blackface” Photographer & Lupe Fiasco Explain Controversial Pusha-T Artwork Shot: “Did You See The Whole Picture?”

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Drake’s past photographer David Leyes and Lupe Fiasco have stepped forward to provide context behind the jaw-dropping blackface pic Pusha-T used for his new “The Story of Adidon” diss record artwork.

Screenshots have surfaced of both Leyes and Fiasco providing the truth behind Drizzy’s pic.

 

The photos seem to have been shot sometime in 2008, before Drake’s stardom, in association with the Toronto-based brand Too Black Guys. In the shoot, Drake is seen wearing “Jim Crow Couture” from the label’s 2008 lookbook. Some fans have pointed out that Pusha intentionally used only one image to put a negative spin and earn some extra points in the beef, while other fans are deeply offended by the image. Leyes, who originally shot the photos, however seems to be siding with Drake at the moment. (Hip Hop N More)

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