UPDATE: Tonight (May 25), Weezy fired back at what he perceived was a diss by Pusha T in the rapper's "Exodus 23:1." On the 90-second "Goulish," Weezy throws shots in no uncertain terms: "F--k Pusha T and everybody that love him. His head up his a$$ so imma have to head butt him." Listen to the whole track below:
Lil Wayne has relit the fire under the stove that's cooking the beef between himself and Pusha T! He took to Twitter, likely the lamest venue to start a beef, and wrote, "F*k pusha t and anybody that love em."
The beef is restarting because of "Exodus 23:1," a song that Pusha T dropped last night (May 23) on which he obliquely raps about Drake and Young Money. The lyrics are brilliantly explained here, but the reason people think the song is directed at Drake is centered around this line: "You signed to one n***a that signed to another n***a that's signed to three n***a." Drake is signed to Lil Wayne, who's signed to Birdman, who's in turn signed to Universal.
In 2008, the two went at each other because the Clipse (Pusha T's group with his brother Malice) thought that Weezy was stealing their style, and Pusha really went for the jugular on the intro to Re-Up Gang's (his group) We Got It or Cheap Volume 3, saying, "Don't make me turn daddy's lil' girl to orphan, that mean I'd have to kill Baby like abortion." Baby is, of course, Birdman, Lil Wayne's "father."
We think that Pusha's G.O.O.D. Music labelmate Kanye West might also be a target of Wayne's ire: On February 11, during a pre-Grammy party at Paramount Studios, Wayne rapper, "I met a bad red bone, I took the b***h home/ I asked her what she want to watch, she said surely not The Throne." Watch the Throne is G.O.O.D. Music head Kanye West's collaborative album with Jay-Z.
So what do you think? Will this beef escalate, or will someone step in and stop it? Let us know in the comments!
We kind of feel the cast of "The Hustle" waiting for it to premiere tonight. Let's go!