Pusha T really stirred up some controversy this week, thanks to the release of his latest track, “Exodus 23:1,” believed to be a diss track aimed at Drake and Young Chop.
On the cut, the Clipse member makes subliminal disses that appeared to be directed at the aforementioned artists with the lines: “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.”
Some speculate that Pusha’s bars refer to Drake being signed to Wayne, Birdman and UMG, although the rapper has yet to confirm or deny anything.
Since the song surfaced, Lil Wayne fired back at Pusha, via Twitter, coming to Drake’s defense. “Fuk pusha t and anybody that love em,” Tune Chi wrote on Twitter (@LilTuneChi).
Now, one of Pusha’s G.O.O.D. Music labelmates has come forward in his defense. That artist being Kid Cudi, who backs up his peer, while warning that their camp isn’t soft.
Cudder took to his own Twitter (@WizardCud) on Thursday (May 24), writing: “I love my n**** Pusha T, f*** anybody who feel different. We ain’t ho’s out here.”
Where things go from there is unknown. Stay tuned…