Pusha T has been cast in a role, it looked as if Common would earn a few months ago as the primary rival to Young Money. Lil Wayne and Kanye West have enjoyed a friendly relationship, as the two have made several hits together. However, their artists do not have much to do with each other, with the exception of Big Sean.
Since last year, many have felt Pusha T has been taking shots at Drake. While he never confirmed or denied, Common took Drake on. Common and Drake ended their feud in peace, while Pusha T continued taking shots. After the release of “Exodus 23:1,” Lil Wayne called Pusha T out on Twitter, immediately gaining the support of Young Chop.
Young Chop called out Kanye West for the G.O.O.D. Music remix of Chief Keef’s “I Don’t Like,” as he was the producer of the song. The feud was ended behind the scenes, but Pusha T has choice words for Chop on “Exodus 23:1.” Lil Wayne took the beef to wax, releasing his own song, “Goulish.” The song came before Lil Wayne released the first single from I Am Not a Human Being 2, “My Homies Still,” which has become a hit.
Lil Wayne and Pusha T both said the feud is over, but Jae Millz has taken matters into his own hands with his track, “Hearing Voices.” In a recent phone conversation with MTV’s “RapFix” and Sway Calloway, Jae Millz confirmed rumors of him taking shots at Pusha T and he revealed he also called out Chris Brown for dissing Drake on the “I Don’t Like (remix).”
Listen to the interview below:
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