In an interview with The Associated Press, Young Money leader Lil Wayne said there is no beef between him and G.O.O.D Music rapper Pusha T.
Last month, Pusha T released Exodus 23:1, a song in which he seemed to be dissing Young Money. "Throwing that flag up, thinking you hot sh**t taking half of everything you get," Pusha rapped in the song. He never mentioned any names, but many assumed he was talking about Lil Wayne and Young Money member Drake.
Lil Wayne fired back with Goulish, rapping "F*ck Pusha T, and everybody that love him."
But Weezy says he has no real issue with Pusha T. This was all just a human reaction to Pusha T's alleged diss on Young Money.
He said he doesn't plan to escalate the conflict as he is more focused on his music and on promoting the release of his skateboard-inspired clothing line.
In his interview with The AP, Weezy said he had just finished recording his I Am Not A Human Being II album and said the Young Money had started working on a collaboration album.
Furthermore Weezy said he won't apologize to Pusha T for his actions because he's human. People don't always react in the proper way. He can't take back anything he did or said. He just wants to move on from the whole thing.
- By Layne Weiss