Tweeting “Fuk pusha t and anybody that love em” wasn’t enough for Lil Wayne. On Friday evening (May 25), Weezy unleashed “Goulish,” a short Swizz Beatz-produced track targeted directly at Pusha in retaliation for the G.O.O.D. Music rapper’s “Exodus 23:1” record, which took shots at Wayne and Drake earlier in the week.

On “Goulish,” Weezy raps: "Fuck Pusha T and anybody that love ’em/His head up his ass, I'ma have to head butt him, gut him.

“Niggas can’t see me, not even a glimpse, too many banana clips I feel like chimps,” Wayne spits later on the record.

"You fuckin' with some niggas that will murk ya'll/Nigga you softer than a motherfuckin' Nerf ball, bird call/Brrrrrr, what happened to that boy?/He was talkin' shit, we put a clappin' to that boy."

The lyrics didn’t seem to move Pusha much, as his manager, Steven Victor tweeted, “Wayne diss softer than my next door neighbour B” followed by a Photo-shopped image of Drake crying, accompanied by the words, “Don’t Worry Wayne…..I will Avenge You.”

Drake sent shots Pusha T's way during a freestyle in the Washington DC stop of his Club Paradise Tour on Friday night (May 25).

"If you was doin’ 16s when I was 16, and your shit flopped and you switched teams, don’t talk to me, my nigga," Drizzy spit according to multiple reports.

This was all triggered by Pusha’s release of “Exodus 23:1” on Wednesday (May 23), which restarted the beef between himself and Young Money’s Wayne and Drake.

On the record, the G.O.O.D. Music MC takes shots at Wayne, rapping, “Throwing that flag up, thinking you hot shit/Taking half of everything you get.”

Drake caught a dose of Pusha’s venom too:

“Contract all fucked up/I guess that means you all fucked up/You signed to one nigga, that’s signed to another nigga, that's signed to three niggas/Now that's bad luck/Damn, that shit 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."

The record instantly triggered Wayne into tweeting, “Fuk pusha t and anybody that love em,” which fans would later discover was a line off Weezy’s “Goulish” track. "I Don't Like" producer Young Chop

The sparks instantly had Young Money’s Lil Twist and G.O.O.D. Music’s Kid Cudi taking their respective label’s side like loyal soldiers.

Check back with for more coverage on Pusha T and Lil Wayne.‑Jakinder Singh