No Malice Supports Pusha T In Lil Wayne Beef
On Thursday (May 24), Pusha T released a track called Exodus 23:1. Many assumed the track was another in a series of disses against Drake and Young Money. First, the Young Money CEO responded with a tweet from his @LilTunechi account saying, “Fuk Pusha T and anybody that love him.”
Next, Weezy released the song Goulish on Friday (May 25), in response to Pusha T’s alleged diss. On May 26, No Malice, @NoMalice757 responded to @LilTunechi’s tweet with: “Well I LOVE Pusha. That’s my blood, and I ain’t never kiss him.”
The kissing reference stems from a photo released in the mid-2000s of Lil Wayne and Cash Money Records CEO Birdman kissing each other. Birdman later explained that the kiss was symbolic of their father-son relationship. In 2006, Birdman and Weezy released a collaborative album called Like Father, Like Son. In 2009, Birdman said he would kiss his “adoptive son and star rapper” again.
Pusha T has not yet commented on whether or not Exodus 23:1 is directed toward Drake or Young Money.