DrakeWhile Lil Wayne seemed to be the first to hit Pusha T with a response track, following the release of “Exodus 23:1,” fans have been awaiting some type of reaction from Drake, whom is the main target of the song.

Well, shortly after Weezy dropped “Goulish”, a diss track aimed at the G.O.O.D. Music rapper, Drizzy reportedly offered some words for him as well, during his D.C. Club Paradise stop on Friday evening (May 25).

“If you was doin’ 16s, when I was 16 and your sh** still flopped and you switched teams don’t talk to me my n****,” Drake allegedly told the crowd at the Verizon Center, according to MTV’s RapFix blog.

A few fans at the show seemed to confirm the reports via Twitter. “Drake just responded to pusha T in dc,” tweeted @jcudderlife, while another fan (@youngking_XVO) wrote: “drake said some things about pusha in dc.”

If you haven’t been following the YMCMB vs. G.O.O.D. Music feud over the last several days, let’s break down what happened

Pusha T set things off earlier in the week, after leaking a track called “Exodus 23:1.” On it, he fires shots at unnamed targets, although it’s widely believed that Pusha is going at both Drake and Lil Wayne.

He doesn’t mention them by name, but he spits a few bars many believe is a reference to Young Money, Cash Money and Universal’s three-tier business structure … specifically Drake’s deal with all three companies. “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,” Pusha raps.

Shortly after the track hit the Internet, Weezy chimed in on Twitter, writing: “Fuk pusha t and anybody that love em.” Then, Kid Cudi came forward, backing up Pusha with a tweet of his own: “I love my n**** Pusha T, f*** anybody who feel different. We ain’t ho’s out here.”

Then, Friday (May 25), Weezy followed up with the release of his “Ghoulish” freestyle … and now, Drake has responded with some words of his own.

This isn’t the first time Pusha T had problems with the YMCMB camp. Back in 2006, his group, the Clipse, had a war of words with Weezy, but by 2011, Push said he’d moved past all of it. For some reason, it seems the beef has been re-ignited. Why? We’re still unsure, but we’re gonna have our popcorn ready and watch the show.

If YMCMB and G.O.O.D. Music were to have a rap battle, who would win?