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Tensions between Young Money’s Lil Wayne and G.O.O.D. Music’s Pusha T appear far from over as The Clipse rapper has now unleashed a visual for his new Weezy-targeted “Exodus 23:1″ record.
While still not name-dropping Weezy F. Baby, Pusha showcases the song’s gritty vibe with a dark theme and street setting.
Last week, Clipse rapper Pusha T released “Exodus 23:1,” a dis track that sure seemed to be aimed at Drake. The song didn’t name names, but Lil Wayne noticed and promptly released the return shot “Ghoulish.” And now Pusha’s got a video for “Exodus 23:1,” so this thing is definitely ongoing. The new video doesn’t really do anything to further the anti-Cash Money narrative. Instead, it returns Pusha to the old Clipse milieu of Virginia crackhouses and mobs of goons with weathered faces. Samuel Rogers directs. (Stereo Gum)
This comes just a few days after Young Money’s Drake reportedly got at Pusha during a Washington, D.C. concert.
Drake’s YMCMB big homie Lil’ Wayne put out the diss track “Goulish” a couple days ago aimed at Pusha T in response to his “Exodus 23:1″ record, and now, Drizzy has some words of his own for Pusha. During his Club Paradise Tour set this weekend in Washington D.C., Drake said, “If you was doing 16s when I was 16 and your sh*t still flopped and you switched teams, don’t talk to me my n*gga.” This immediately set off a ton of Tweets saying that Drake had called out Pusha on stage. And with this, the drama continues. (Complex)
Heading into the weekend, Weezy went after Pusha on the new “Goulish” record.
The beef is on. This evening YMCMB flagship artist Lil Wayne did the expected and dropped a scathing dis record titled “Goulish” aimed at Clipse lyrical monster Pusha-T. “F–k Pusha-T and everybody that love him. His head up his a** so I’ma have to head butt him” Wayne raps on the intro to the record. N*ggas can’t see me. Not even a glimpse. Too many banana clips, I feel like a chimps.” (RapFix)
Pusha’s new “Exodus” record is believed to take aim at the fact artists like Drake and Lil Wayne fall under Cash Money CEO Birdman’s imprint.
“Contract all f*cked up, I guess that means you’re all f*cked up,” Pusha raps, “You signed to one n*gga, that signed to another n*gga, that signed to three n*ggas, now that’s bad luck.” (“Exodus 23:1″)
Check out the “Exodus 23:1″ music video below: