Lil Wayne on Dissing Pusha T: “I Don’t Take it Back, But There’s No Beef”
Lil Wayne says there’s “no beef” between him and Pusha T.
Despite responding to Pusha’s “Exodus 23:1” track last month with his own joint, “Goulish,” Weezy says he’s past that whole situation with the G.O.O.D. Music rapper.
“It really wasn't no beef, you know,” Weezy began explaining to the Associated Press recently. “It was just me. I just reacted. Just a reaction, a simple reaction. I don't apologize for it because I'm human. But it was just my human reaction. I don't take it back. But there's no beef. Beef is a whole different thing. ... I'll move on.”
Wayne wasn’t saying that last month, when he responded to Pusha’s track by throwing darts of his own.
“Fuck Pusha T and anybody that love ’em/His head up his ass, I’ma have to head butt him, gut him,” Wayne spits on “Goulish,” which he dropped last month.
“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.”
Wayne took offense to Pusha’s track, which seemingly subliminally took shots at Wayne and Drake.
Perhaps, Weezy brushed past the beef because he’s too busy working.
“I just finished recording my I Am Not a Human Being II album,” Weezy revealed further to the Associated Press. “And we're starting to work on the Young Money album.
Other tidbits during the interview, included the Young Money boss talking about Kanye West and Andre 3000 being two of the most stylish rappers out there, his love for skateboarding and his Trukfit clothing line.
He emphasized that despite his many businesses, “business is business and music is life.”
There’s no concrete release date for I Am Not a Human Being II as of press time.—Jakinder Singh