Pusha T checked in with Funkmaster Flex on Hot 97 Wednesday (June 20), and the topic of discussion was (of course) his on-going feud with Young Money.While Lil Wayne has promised to put the beef behind him, according to Pusha T, Weezy’s response to his “Exodus23:1” record is “trash,” and the rift between them is really not even that serious. “What people need to know about this rap game is it’s super competitive,” he explained.“A lotta people don’t know the ins and outs of what people are really talking about in versus. It’s so much subliminal stuff in rap right now. A lot of people are talented enough not to have to say a name or person or whatever the case may be.
“It’s fun. I’m not supposed to be here. This is fun, this is a game, and I’m mean with it.”
Even though Weezy declared war against Pusha and anyone who rocks with him, the G.O.O.D. Music team is far less interested in starting an all-out battle. In fact, Pusha revealed that he and Kanye West have yet to speak on the YMCMB rift. “I don’t talk to Ye about rappers. I get busy, I stand by myself. We have not spoken about it one good time.”
The Virginia rapper also touched on the nightclub fight between Drizzy and Chris Brown, stating that he “didn’t like” the way things went down.
Perhaps the best news of the interview was the release date of the G.O.O.D. Music Cruel Summer compilation which is slated to drop August 7. Mark your calendars.