Monday, 28 May 2012
Lil Wayne Twitter Thugging, Says “F*CK Pusha T”
We tend to like our beef on a bun or with A1 steak sauce, but if it’s rap beef, put it on wax rather than Twitter. Well, that’s exactly what Pusha T of G.O.O.D. Music did in his hot new track “Exodus 23:1″ where he disses Drake, Lil Wayne and the entire YMCMB squad. GlobalGrind.comsuggests the diss is a response to Drake’s slight jab on Meek Mill’s “Amen.” On the record Drake raps, “G.O.O.D ain’t good enough, and your hood ain’t hood enough.” Although it’s not clear if Drake was throwing shade Pusha T’s, Pusha T responded on his latest track featuringThe Dream.
The song itself is fire from the lyrics to the beat. Pusha T disses Drake rapping, “Contract all f*cked up, I guess that means you’re all f*cked up/You signed to one n*gga, that signed to another n*gga, that signed to three n*ggas, now that’s bad luck.” Clearly Pusha T takes lyrical beef seriously. Not even the head honcho of Young Money was exempt from his vitriolic flow. “Jeremy Scott’s all camouflage, you can’t hide it from yourself career sabotage/I was really in that Travelodge, you just lying through your catalogs/Where the blood and the battle scars, we the ones the judge juggling them gavel’s on,” he raps about Weezy. Pusha T is pulling Wayne’s “gangster” card.
Lil Wayne hasn’t dropped a response track, yet, but we doubt this will go unaddressed on wax. In the meantime he hopped on Twitter to let everyone know how he feels. He tweeted: Guess these two won’t be collaborating any time soon. These days we don’t know if battle raps are true issues with the artist or a ploy to sell records. But Pusha T and Drake may have started an all out war between G.O.O.D. Music and YMCMB. This isn’t the first time Pusha T has subliminally dissed Drake. He freestyled over Drake’s “Don’t F*ck With Me (Dreams Money Can Buy)” and threw shade over the beat to Drizzy’s own song. When asked about it he denied the verse was referring to Drake. Hey, this makes for great music. But real beef doesn’t come complete with tweets. We’re just sayin’.