Clipse member Pusha T dropped his controversial song "Exodus 23:1" this week, which many believe takes aim at Drake ... and now, Lil Wayne comes to his artist's defense.
On the track, the G.O.O.D. Music emcee spits subliminals at the Canadian hip-hop star and his YMCMB crew, rapping: "Beef is when you hide behind them other n****s/ But they ain't killas, they ain't pulling them triggas / F**** n****s.
"Contract all f***ed up / I guess that means you all f***ed 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 sh** 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."
Before anyone could ask Pusha if his bars were, indeed, meant for Drizzy and/or anyone specific, Weezy fired off a shot on Twitter, defending his music family.
"Fuk pusha t and anybody that love em," Tune Chi wrote on Twitter (@LilTuneChi).
This isn't the first time critics/fans took Pusha T's subliminals as disses toward Drake. In late 2011, he dropped a freestyle over Drake's "Dreams Money Can Buy" beat, and titled it "Don't F*** Wit Me."
On it, some speculated whether this line was meant for Drizzy or not: 'Rappers on their sophomores, actin’ like they boss lords / Fame such a funny thing for sure, when n****s start believing all them encores."
Nothing came of that bar, but apparently, Weezy isn't liking his latest song.