It’s a hot day for rap beef. After Clipse frontman Pusha T released his new single, “Exodus 23:1″, which many interpreted as a dis towards the Young Money camp, Wayne took to Twitter to release the following statement, ahem, “Fuk pusha t and anybody that love em”.
“Contract all f—-d up / I guess that means you all f—-d up / You signed to one n—a that signed to another n—a that’s signed to three n—-s / Now that’s bad luck,” may be the lines of the song that Wayne took offense to.
This feud goes back a few years, dating back to 2006, as well chronicled today by Miss Info.
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