It doesn’t look like Pusha T and Lil Wayne will be sending each other Christmas cards anytime soon. The two rappers’ low-level feud is well documented with the Clipse member recently sending a shot via Twitter in the form of his personal review of Weezy’s latest project, Dedication 5. The Virginia MC was recently a guest on Sirius XM's Hip-Hop Nation with DJ Envy and during the interview Pusha was asked why he always finds a way to get under Wayne’s skin. “Yo, this is how it is for real with me. I’m just having fun,” he said admitting to his subliminal jab. "Then he’s sort of rapping bad so that doesn’t help much. I’m like good, he’s bad. So you just gotta keep shooting,” he later continued.

Pusha admitted that he is a circa Tha Carter II Lil Wayne fan, but when asked his thoughts on Tunchie’s latest offering he said, “It’s trash,” adding that he can't put his finger on the cause for Wayne's decline in his eyes.

As for his boss’ latest epic rant during his My Name Is My Name album listening in New York City, Push said he has no problem with Yeezy’s brashness and doesn’t think it will taint his brand. “I didn’t know arrogance was bad being a rapper,” said Push. “That’s the era I’m from. Someone as proven as himself, whether it’s on the production end or the artistic end and his track record putting out albums, I hope don’t none of that hurt me. I would hope all of that means, Pusha bout to have that shit.”

Check out the entire interview, below.