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{HOLIDAY SEASON} LIL WAYNE SAYS HE DOESN’T KNOW WHY HE AND PUSHA T ARE BEEFING

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Pusha T and Lil Wayne are beefing and apparently Weezy doesn’t know why. More details inside…

Lil Wayne is doing press round following the release of his new album,  Funeral. En route, he stopped by Drink Champs to cleave it up with DJ EFN and N.O.R.E. During the discussion, Weezy was asked what began his long-running beef with Pusha T, yet Wayne was befuddled.

“I swear to God I don’t, man,” he replied. “I just found out … it was one of those things … you ever see when an athlete gets traded and he doesn’t know it and he gets traded during a press conference?”

Wayne said he was basically caught off-guard by Pusha’s 2012 diss track “Exodus 23:1.” The verse, “Contract all fucked up/I guess that means you all fucked up/You signed to one nigga that signed to another nigga/That’s signed to three niggas, now that’s bad luck,” had people thinking it was about Wayne.

Wayne initially wanted to do a record with Pusha T but after finding out he dissed him in 2012 Wayne took to twitter to say “F*ck Pusha T and anyone else who love him”. Subsequently, Wayne released a diss song called “Ghoulish”.

In 2019, Rick Ross endeavored to rejoin Wayne and Push on the melody “Maybach Music VI,” which showed up on Port Of Miami 2.

At the point when the collection was discharged last August, Push’s stanza was strangely missing.  Wayne shared that he did not have anything to do with Pusha T being removed from the record.“I don’t even know nothing about it … that’s random news to me ’cause that’s [Rick Ross’] joint,” Wayne said. “I wouldn’t know who is on it anyway.”

 

We hope the two can eventually end their ongoing beef and possibly create some music together.

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