May 23rd marked the release of Pusha T’s latest song called, “Exodus 23:1,” which was clearly targeted towards Drake and Young Chop, a music producer in Chicago.
Pusha’s rap in another song had lyrics which stated, "Beef is when you hide behind them other ni**as / But they ain't killers, they ain't pullin' them triggers, fuck ni**as,"
Lil Wayne was however, quick in his tweet response to the insult track and as of May 24th, he sent out a Tweet, "Fuck Pusha T and anybody that love em." Why is Weezy mad? It may have to do with Pusha's." The Exodus track was clearly targeting the contract that Drake and Pusha signed along with Universal Music and Cash Money. Pusha went on to rap about the contract, "Contract all fucked / Explain up I guess that means you all fucked up / You signed to one ni**a that signed to another ni**a that's signed to three ni**as / Now that's bad luck."
Pusha also went on to Young Chop and created a rap pulling up on the slight issue Chop has with Kanye West related to the repurposing of Chop’s beat on Chied Keef’s. This matter was also pretty much highlighted on Twitter which Pusha took advantage of and rapped back in Exodus 23:1: “You can keep your beats, ni**a / We'd much rather share your bitch, ni**a, bitch ni**a."
Seems as if Pusha is out to fuel up some left over sparks with Lil Wayne after the close competition they gave one another in 2006 and 2007. The feud ended some time last year after Pusha killed the negative heat he had towards Wayne in an interview with Complex.