Again with the no-name disses. You’d think a hip-hop soldier like Pusha T would be old-school enough to actually drop some monikers when firing his lyrical shots, but no, he has to continue his super-lame beef with Drake by rapping “Beef is when you hide behind them other niggas/ But they ain’t killas, they ain’t pulling them triggas/ Fuck niggas” on his new “Exodus 23:1,” before making fun of his anonymous target’s contract situation? Whatever. Doesn’t Pusha T realize that him picking on Drake is like James Hetfield picking on Gotye for being “soft”? Like…what’s the point? And if you’re gonna do it, at least use the guy’s name so you can be held accountable for your disses.
Anyway, apparently Lil Wayne is way more OK with using actual names in his call-outs. He tweeted the following earlier today:
Oh, sorry, wrong namedrop. This is the more pertinent:
ANYBODY that love em? Based on the 948,000 people that bought The Clipse’s Lord Willin’ alone, that’s a lot of folks, but more pressingly, it includes the entire G.O.O.D. Music family, including Weezy and Drizzy’s “Forever” teammate Kanye West. Will Kanye continue to escalate the team beef by stepping in to protect his guy? Dunno, but so far, we probably have to take Wayne’s side in this skirmish. We also think Chris Webber has proven surprisingly adept as a basketball analyst.
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