Drake, Lil Wayne and Pusha T

Drake, Lil Wayne and Pusha TBeef between YMCMB and G.O.O.D. Music?

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.