Exodus Bible verse inspires raps latest beef, between YMCMB’s Drake and Lil Wayne and G.O.O.D Music’s Pusha T (formerly of Clipse). Lil Wayne and Drake respond to Pusha-T over Pusha T’s own “Exodus 23:1″ beat. The section of Exodus that Pusha T pulls from discusses the responsibility of Israelites in social settings, most likely written by Moses. Verse 1 of chapter 23 says, “You shall not spread a false report. You shall not join hands with a wicked man to be a malicious witness.” (English Standard Version). In Pusha T’s now-famous track, he claims that the unnamed rapper is signed to a less than desirable contract on a record label that has a number of owners who wouldn’t look favorably on this rapper if times turned tough. The G.O.O.D. rapper points out that this unnamed rapper doesn’t have friends who will die for them or pull a “trigga” for them and spends too much time “throwing that flag up,” a likely reference to Lil Wayne’s propensity to wave his gang affiliation flags. By TimNewcomb May 25, 2012 (Time Entertainment)
“Drake took the time to speak on the intense friction between Pusha-T and Lil Wayne at a tour stop in Washington D.C. and said, “If you was doing 16′s when I was 16 and your s**t still flopped and you switched teams, don’t talk to me my n***a,” Drake reportedly said. The feud has continued to intensify and Lil Wayne has since released his own song going at Pusha-T. by Houston Williams May 26th, 2012 @ 10:46am (All Hip-Hop News)
Pusha T said, “Contract all f***d up, I guess that means you all f***ed up/ You signed to one n***a, that’s signed to another n***a, that’s signed to three n***as, now that’s bad luck.”
Wayne came back, “Head up his ass so I’ma head butt him.” Whatever that means? Someone please elaborate.
So what’s your take on the beef?