You know it got real or someone really hit home with a song when someone responds. Have we learned anything from Jay on responding back to a song..? Just don’t do it. A new Pusha T song is the cause of a budding rap beef between the G.O.O.D. Music signee and the YMCMB camp. “Exodus 23:1,” released by the Clipse member Wednesday (May 23), finds the rhymer throwing subliminal shots at Drake and his Young Money boss Lil Wayne.
As a result, Tha Carter IV creator voiced his opinion of Pusha T and his supporters via Twitter. “Fuk pusha t and anybody that love em,” Wayne tweeted on the social networking site.
On “Exodus 23:1,” Pusha never name-drops the Canadian MC or Wayne but in a music industry with few players at the top of the game, it seems he’s taking aim at the YMCMB family.
“Contract all fucked up/ I guess that means you all fucked up/ You signed to one n—-, that’s signed to another n—-, that’s signed to three n—-s/ Now that’s bad luck/ Damn that shit even the odds now/ You better off selling this hard now/ You call it living out your dreams/ You can’t fly without your wings,” Pusha T rhymes.
This isn’t the first time both camps have been at odds. Common, a G.O.O.D. Music representative, and Drake had a very public war of words on various records this year.
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