The Future/Metro Boomin featuring Kendrick Lamar track “Like That” kicked the Drake vs. Everbody beef into high gear.

It was also a number-one hit.

Drake’s retort, “Push Ups,” may end up doing better.

It will be tough for any non-Taylor Swift song to top the chart for the next few weeks.

But “Like That” and “Push Ups” certainly prove rap beef can result in hits.


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