After denying that he was throwing shade at the YMCMB camp on “Exodus 23:1” and calling Wayne’s “Goulish” response “trash,” it seemed like Pusha T might’ve been done with his not-so-subliminal shots, but maybe that comment from Drake at Jay-Z’s Made in America festival reignited the flame. Pusha apparently has a verse on an upcoming Ludacris track that finds him taking some blatant shots at Wayne and Birdman.
As of now, only a snippet of the song called “Tell Me What They Mad For” (apparently set to appear on Ludacris’ upcoming album Ludaversal) is available on the web, but Miss Info reports that a source who’s heard the full thing provided lyrics from Pusha’s verse. While Luda’s bars finds him taking aim in a more general sense, it’s not too difficult to read in between Pusha’s lines.
“With your baby mama f—ing every rapper in the business, N—as saying you was better when the drugs was in your system, Now your crack swag gone ever since you came from prison, Got you tweeting all stupid, is you skatin’, is you dissin,’ Found out your ghost leased and your phantom just rented, Won’t leave it in your name like Pac when he went missing, Makaveli lives on so I’m riding on you bitches.”
You might remember back in May when Wayne, who admits that he spends most of his time skateboarding, watching ESPN and turning out the world, heard Pusha’s diss and hit him with this on Twitter: “F— pusha t and anybody that love em.”
Wonder if this one will cross his radar.